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Disabled onboard video in bios in hopes that new video card would kick in, now how do i turn it back on so i can see again

I have an AOpen mx4ls mother board, and tried to install an asus a9250 video card but the comp would not find it, checked and the card is good. was told to turn off on board video and the mother board would revert to new card. no luck, now how do i turn onboard back on when i cant see. lol help if you can. im stuck.

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  • soren smith May 28, 2007

    k with some more reading i think i have to reset my mother board and im atemping to do that now.

  • soren smith May 28, 2007

    thanks to "THE FIZZ" your coments to others helped me greatly.
    the onboard video now works but still cant bet mother board to see the new video card. if you can help please do.

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