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How do i deactivate onboard graphics card on xp????

I've bought a geforce 6 graphics card but donot know how to deactivate my onboard grafhics card. Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You can disable it by accessing your computer BIOS, and when you're already on the BIOS setup you can disable the buffer size of your built in video card....

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