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Thanks Sorry, but I'm not working on computer. I try to update my computer to AGP video card.. I instal agp card, but computer did not see it as " found new hardware" (As it was on my old computer) I asked ASus, they send me to Agp manufacturs.

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HERE is the AsusTek forum for your motherboard. You can search and post here. There will be other users of that same board there that I'm sure will be able to help you.

HERE is your motherboard manual. However, I didn't see anything that particularly addressed disabling the onboard video.

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1. connect first the monitor to the onboard video card.( do not remove the connected geforce video card.)
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