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The graphic card is install but no picture on the monitor when it is turn on

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  • shadowsea18 Dec 10, 2008

    Yes it does have on board graphic, but how do you turn the on board graphic off in the BIOS? And how do you access BIOS? Is it the setup when you press the F1 button when you turn on the computer?

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Does the computer have on board graphics also? If so have you gone into the BIOS and turned off the "On board" graphics?

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Yes, That could be the setup for the BIOS.They all use different keys to enter BIOS /setup. Just look around until you find it, the onboard graphics disconnect. 

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U must first set it ont the bios or reset the bios config, then pluge your external graphic card

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