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Im replacing my onboard video with a new vidio card, how do i disable the onboard video?

I'm trying to upgrade my PC, my mainboard is the 661FX-M, I looked in the BIOS to turn off or disable the onboard vedio, but i'm not finding the setting, please help!

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    Herminio Halili, Jr. May 11, 2010

    I don't know what are you trying to do. If you disable the video or turn it off you just kill the PC. Without video how you can see the setting in case if you want to turn it back on. Please give us more detail what is the problem of your PC so we can help you better.

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