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Hi, uninstalling the onboard video will only be reinstalled by Windows next time you boot up. Disabling it in the Device Manager might and mght not do the trick if your mb is set on using the onboard. You might want to try and disable the onboard video in the CMOS/BIOS set-up. In some instances, you are asked in the BIOS what video will be used such as onboard, AGP or PCI or a selection of something like that. Also you can try and not allocating any memory to the onboard video. Hope this be of some help. Pls post again how things turn up. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
did u replace the video card with the same kind of model ? i guess yes ... when system starts hit the f8 key and than go in to safe mode ... mouse wont work so use arrow on the keyboard .. and in the safe mode just log in to admin account if available or login to ur account and see if that still happens .. and if it doesnt ... remove the drivers for the graphic card from add and remove programs and restart the system and go in the normal mode and than install the drivers again ... and if the display disappears in the safe mode or u have install a different graphic card than ... reseat the memory cards and that should resolve the issue .... if that doesnt work out when the system starts hit f1 and stay on the BIOS screen for 30 mins if the system doesnt loose display than u need to reinstall OS ... that will surely work out ... the resolutions given above if u follow them correctly u will have a working system in no time
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Most likely an issue with the Video Card or Video driver.
* Boot to safe mode by tapping F8 while starting up the computer. Selected safe mode with the keyboard and hit enter. Login to your user account. You should see the words “Safe Mode” on all four corners,
* Open device manager – Right click “My Computer” – Select “Manage” – Selected device manager from the left. Under display driver, you should see your vide card listed. Right click on it and select “Disable”.
Now restart your computer and if this resolves the issue, then the vide card may be at fault. You could also try updating the video driver.
Do let me know if you get this far.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
You can fix that by getting a new graphics card
I'm assuming you have a T3830 emachine.
here's the link to replace video card
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
try to reseat the memory modules and restart the computer and computer boots to normal mode/then go to power options in control panel and disable the sleep mode option for the hard disk
Posted on May 14, 2009
No, not really you just need to move and/or setup any video for the monitor you want to be displayed. You are doing everything right except assigning which folders or files need to be seen on which monitor. all of this can be done within the properties manager for the video. Depending on your system this can be located just about anywhere in the dialouge box. But, you should be able to drag and drop what files you want to display. I this was helpful because you are on the right track. Also visit the Dell tutorial for more information with streaming video to watch and you will be alright after that. If not contact me here.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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