Go to biostar website look in support then drivers for the exact model of board that you have. Then download all audio drivers & save them where you know where they are on your computer. Then unpack the drivers & follow directions. After install restart the computer. If it ask for drivers, check the box for automaticaly install drivers.
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Your motherboard's manual You can download it here > http://www.biostar-usa.com/app/en-us/mb/bios.php?S_ID=315 The procedure of disabling yout built in VGA card is :1 .Get into BIOS pressing DEL while booting or F2 (it usually writes it on a message upper left <Press xx for BIOS setup>.2 .From the main BIOS menu goto Integrated Peripherals > <Onboard GPU> and set it to Disable.3. From the Integrated Peripherals menu on the Selection <Init Display first> set it to PCI-Express.
The BIOS manual for the board is available here. It doesn't show any settings for enabling/disabling the integrated video. Most motherboards automatically detect a plug-in card and use that when one is plugged in anyway, so you shouldn't need to worry about disabling the integrated video yourself.
I believe that you have to have a problem in the computer Bios. Some bios versions have a built in anti-virus option that I believe keeps viruses from writing to the boot sector of the hard drive. This can foul the Windows setup process. I would try going into system bios and writing down the current settings on each page. Then reset the bios to the default settings. If you see a virus option disable it. I would also disable the smart drive option on your hard drives. I've seen some of the video settings in the bios interfer with Windows setup but not until later on in the installation hardware detection phase so I don't think that is the immediate problem. I don't know if you're trying to use any kind of raid configuration but if you're not make sure the hard drive or IDE is set to auto configuration mode. I think your failure is due to the setup not recognizing the hard drives properly or being able to write to them properly.
have you tried unplugging and replugging the cable connecting from the monitor to the video card? if after trying that it your video card is still not functioning, try installing a separate video card in its appropriate slot and try if this will work. better yet, have it checked by a competent technician in your area to verify other possible causes of this problem.