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Onboard video not working

My onboard video worked fine yesterday, but today i tried adding a 9800gt graphics card to my Foxconn A76ML-K but it didn't seem to work so I tried to go back to the onboard video and now my monitor is not getting a signal

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  • twest77 Apr 17, 2009

    Yes there was a jumper to reset the CMOS but it is set on normal and not reset.


    The new card also would not get a signal out to the monitor and yes i cycled through all available inputs.


    I would download the drivers but I never could get an OS on the computer since the onboard video isn't working I can't even install it

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Do you see a jumper to reset the CMOS? It probably disabled the onboard automatically.

    What happened with the new card? Did you cycle the monitor through all available inputs?


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You need to download the drivers for either the onboard video card or the 9800gt video card to make them work.

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