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Re: graphics card trouble
When your computer turns on, press F2 or F12 or Del key to get into the BIOS. Then find the part in the menu where it sais something like GPU or graphics Bus, switch it to PCI instead of Onboard. All motherboards are different so this is a general approach to the menu in the BIOS but definataly check in the BIOS.
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Boot the system in safe mode. Go to device manager and under display adapters , right click on the onbaord graphics adapter and disable the same. It worked on one of the systems i troubleshot for the same problem.
You can put any graphics card in any machine you just need to install the proper driver
Use to be a jumper on the mother that disabled the onboard video but today I think the soft hardware saves use the trouble.
You can run 2 monitors at one time using the 2 video graphics... card and the one on board just set you display properties
You cannot use both the onboard video and a separate card at the same time. Are you trying to use multiple monitors? Your video card must support that if you are, and the Radeon 7500 does not mention that it does. If it does, the ATI Catalyst drivers will have the option.
Good day Sir, hope this will help you first unplugged your cables and insert it into pci-e slot and install the driver and try to delete the older drivers for the onboard video. Also try to view the link below.
assuming you have set your agp slot in the cmos settings to the primary graphics controller and already had the agp graphics slot driver installed for the motherboard, try using a driver from the nvidia web site if you are having trouble with the driver that came on the cd.
Use the VGA onboard graphics if you have any or fit your old card and click on the link below for XP Drivers
If you still have problems then you will have to try an ATI graphics card as it just may not be compatable with your make of motherboard