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Windows installs multiple instances of my video card the. the card is nvidia 5900ultra the board is mx46-533v w/onboard video which i cant figure out how to disable

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If you really want to disable the onboard video, right click on it in the display properties and select disable. However leaving it on really shouldn't be an issue.

Now the reason you are showing multiple instances of your nvidia card is because there is more than one monitor output on the back. You can hook up two monitors to the card and therefore it is showing up as multiple instances in your display properties. Again, this isn't an issue and is nothing to worry about.

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