Question about Gateway GM5088 PC Desktop
Without any video on the gateway GM5088 because of a failed onboard video chip how would I be able to change in the bios to disable the onboard video so I may add a video card on the available pci-e slot? I was told this is a common problem with this model motherboard where the video output fails!
First install the video card in the pci slot first so that you have access to your monitors screen for you to disable the on board video chip or video card, go to the CMOS setup by pressing del key. once there you can browse through the CMOS setup to disable the on board video chip.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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