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I bought new pci Randeon video card and installed it. Went to device manager and shut down old one but still not work. Need a step by step guide on how to shut down old video card in bios. Cannot find it to shut it down. The computer can autodetect new one but need to shut old one down 1st.

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Is this a PCI-E card? I will work on the assumption that it is. Unless you are running two video cards in SLI remove the old card, they make great paper weights. Be sure to only add/remove hardware while the machine is turned off.

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