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I HAVE INSTALLED A TC/CARD ON MY MS 6786 MOBO

HOW DO I DISABLE MY MS6786 ONBOARD GRAPHICS I AM ON WINDOWS XP/SP2

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  • taffhassett Sep 22, 2008

    when loading a tv card into my motherboard ms 6786 ver1 on windows xp the instructions says to disconnect the on board agp card first ?how do i do that as i have no handbook or manual regards taff

  • taffhassett Sep 23, 2008

    if i enter bios to disable onboard graphics can i leave the video card in or take it out first then replace it again regards ron

  • taffhassett Sep 24, 2008

    how do i uninstall the onboard graphics in the bios to enable installation of video card ???

    will it not auto find it as i am on xp pro sp2 when i install it regards ron uk

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Inside the Bios Settings you can disable or enable the on board agp.

try first...

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You mean your Video Card?

To disable the your MS6786 ONBOARD GRAPHICS on your PC.

- If you know ho to proceed the BIOS System of your PC? they have choices to change you settings
Disable or Enable.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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