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Graphics card problem

Hello,

Hope you can help. I jave just put together a PC to act as a server. I am using the ARS690-M1 Series motherboard with built in graphics card. I went through the install procedure for WHS and then loaded some drivers for Lan and Graphics Card. The system rebooted and now I get a black screen with "Changing PC timing to 60Ghz and the screen freezes. Can I switch off the graphics card (or put in a lower mode) from the Bios?

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Alan

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