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How to disable onboard graphic card on asus psrd1-vm mother board

I need to install the nvidia8400se in the pcie x16 slot of my motherboard.how to disable the already present ati radoen xpress 200 on my mother board.

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There should be a menu item in your BIOS to Enable/Disable On-board video.

Not sure what key on your computer selects the BIOS Setup Utility. Watch when it begins booting. It will show it for a few seconds. Maybe F2?

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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I need to upgrade the onboard graphics of my mb k8m800-m2 is that possible?


onboard graphics are integraded with the motherbored so no it isnt, what you can do is buy a graphics card and plug install it into one of the pci or pci-e slots (if you have a laptop its impossible period)

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How can i download ASUS P4BG-VM graphics driver?


Hello, You can download the driversfrom ASUS WEB site. http://usa.asus.com/index.aspx So please go there website For download copy bellow thelink and paste on address bar. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-usSuppose, you need driver for, ASUS K8V-VM
Product =Mother Board So Series= (Socket NO.eg. 754 etc.) So Model= (Model no will be K8v-vm) And please select the O.S (XP / VISTA/ WINDOWS 7) version of the drivers that matches your P.C and search. Now you can download easilyone after one. after download all the driver ,unzip the fie with winrar or zip. Download the winrar free, copy the link and paste onaddress bar. http://www.filehippo.com/search?q=winrar Install it . Now right click on everydownloaded file and select EXTRACRT TO THE FILE FOR......,then create a newfolder with the with the driver file, you can install easily. Hope this helps.

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MY SYSTEM (AMD ATHLON 64 3200+) WITH ASUS K8V-VM ULTRA MOTHER BOARD .I COULDN'T INSTALL ITS VIDEO CARD PLEASE HELP ME TO FIND IT


go here http://support.amd.com/fr/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx select your system the name and model of your graphic card and you will get in the end a direct link to download
or
go to www.touslesdrivers.com clic on mes drivers than clic on lancer la detection download a small application after that you will see a new window with all informations about your devices and there missing drivers just clic on the name of your driver and download it directly from the website
DONT FORGET TO RATE

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Mother board crash will not start


If it is a continous beep .... beep .... beep, then the RAM is the problem. It might be loose or the slot might be dusty. Try taking it out and changing the slot. If still the same problem, then try replacing the RAM with a new or borrowed one. If that works, replace the RAM.

If it is one long beep and 4 - 5 small beeps, then the display card (which is mostly onboard on your motherboard) might be faulty.

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Feb 17, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition...

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NO SOUND OUTPUT


Check if the correct device is set for default output

Click Start
Control Panel
Sound
Select the correct speakers and set as default (like described as Realtek High definition Audio)

if you double click them, you can also change some settings there, I recommend you disable enhancements.

Finally, with the realtek driver comes a little application that runs in your tray (usually and orange speaker) verify settings there as well


Good luck, hope this helps

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NO SOUND OUTPUT


Oh yes, I have the exact same issue, turns out that asus messed up the bios, on some models (not mine) simply updating the bios worked. On mine i had to install a PCI soundcard or not use my highend videocard and go back to the built in one.

Feb 03, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I need lan driver


You can find your drivers here: http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.

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Sound card Problem


sir
i am umesh my computer not work in a audio vioce so tell me what can i do

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