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AGP problem I used till today an AGP card even if my motherboard has built-in video card. Today, I switched in BIOS the config to the built-in card and of course plugged in correctly the cable of the monitor. The problem is that the monitor is not getting any signal. Monitor is fine, cable is fine, the built-in card worked fine in the first days of usage. Please help me, at least tell me how can i change back the config to my AGP card without seeing the screen. thank you very much

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  • scarlat_petr Jan 06, 2009

    I will as soon as I have video signal in my monitor. How can you uninstall something when you can't physical or virtual see it?

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You need to uninstall addon card


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  • hopkinzer jay Jan 06, 2009

    i mean you should physically remove that agp card from your motherboard which you were using before


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