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I am currently using my default motherboard graphics, having plugged in the cable from the moniter into the motherboard graphics slot. i also have a NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 graphics card installed with drivers and everything, but when I try to plug my moniter into the NVIDIA card slot, a message comes on my moniter saying "input not supported". totally confused on how to proceed.

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Try to disable the integrated old monitor in bios and use this one

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

  • Teet Bergmann Dec 26, 2008

    1. Power on then press DEL to enter BIOS setup

    2. There are tabs along
    the top of the BIOS screen and by default you are on the MAIN tab. Use
    the right arrow key on your keyboard to highlight the Advanced
    tab.

    3. On the Advanced tab use the down arrow key to highlight
    Chipset then hit the enter key to bring up the Advanced Chipset
    Settings


    4. Use down arrow to highlight Internal Graphics Mode
    Select
    then hit enter key

    5. Select Disable option then hit
    enter

    6. Hit Esc key twice and you should see Exit and Save
    Settings
    then hit enter key and the BIOS should exit from setup, save your
    new settings and then re-boot.


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