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V2DP Video Stopped Working

How do I physically disable the on-board video on the V2DP (I can't see anything on a screen , obviously), and want to add a new PCI video board.

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It is not possible to disable the onboard video but, if you install an AGP 4X video card (Brown slot) the BIOS will automatically give priority to your new card.

Remember to remove the power cord before installing any card because the motherboard is still powered even if the computer if off.

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