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Onboard video has went out

Onboard video does not work, I can not get to the bios to shut it off after I have installed a pci video card. monitor is good have checked it on another machine, the pci card is good, but I cannot get into bios to shut offonboard video

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  • LittRBike May 19, 2009

    When I plug the eTower in, it immediately powers up. The hard drive & keyboard appears to become active. But, I get no video. &, when I press the power button, it appears to become inactive. But, when I release the power button, it powers back up.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    no video to either video port ?



    You weren't updating the bios by chance were you ?



    Robert

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No video to either
no have not been in the bios

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