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Onboard video not working

Onboard video stopped working on my V2DP motherboard. When I configure it as a second video on Windows XP it appears to be okay but wont send any signal to the monitor (new LCD). It used to work with CRT but I don't have it anymore to test. When I try to boot with onboar video the monitor receives no signal. Could it be configuration or is the onboard video gone? Many thanks, Mirco

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Re: Onboard video not working

If you install an AGP 4X video card the BIOS will give priority to your new card and it will disable the on-board one.

It looks like the on-board video is a weak part of this motherboard and it has failed to several people.

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Re: Onboard video not working

If you have configured it to be the secondary video adapter in the bios, then it will not work as it has to be set as the primary graphics. the bios will still be looking for your AGP graphics card as the primary and bypass your on board graphics. If you need to use on board graphics, right click the graphics card in properties>hardware>device manager and select dissable or uninstall.

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Re: Onboard video not working

I am having some problems with my machine i have what i believe is a msi board with a phenom 2 quad core running 2g ram with a geforce 9600gt vid card . my problem is the vid card is great but of recent weeks it seems to be crashing and i get no further use from my machine unless i go back to mainboard video which sucks because it wont let me play games i have a 750w power suply so power isnt a issue i was thinking maybe i need to update bios and drivers and if so how do i find what is the correct ones???????? cheers

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Re: Onboard video not working

I tried an AGP card without success. Then I put a speaker on the motherboard and learned that I get no POST beeps. I concluded that the processor or the chipset had died, bought a cheap ($60) MB/Athlon combo from Microcenter and now have a computer maybe 10x the performance of the V2DP.

If I have to replace $60 computers every three years, well, I can live with that.


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Re: Onboard video not working

If mb work with crt and does not work with lcd then problem is in seting. Some new lcd monitors dosn't suport low resolucion 640 x480. From Leon

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