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I have a PCCHIPS M810DLU motherboard with on-board graphics. I put a video board in a PCI slot but the system will not recognize it. There is a setting in BIOS for video. The choice is AGP or PCI. There is no AGP slot on this motherboard. It was already set to PCI. How can I get the external video to work? Thanks!

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Use the built in graphics adapter to start up then when in windows right click on my computer then click on the hardware tab . then clck device manager .. then double clck display adapters .. then double click on the display adapter that is built in.. and then in its properties window select disable/do not use this device.

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