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Can't get my graphics card to override my onboard card.

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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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