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On board graphics p4vmm2

I disabled my onboard graphics and now i cant turn them back on i dont know what jumper setting s to use can somen 1 please help

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  • cube2600 Nov 15, 2007

    i removed the battery from my mot.her board and reset the cmos with the jumpers but but my onboard graphics wont turn back on. should i flash my bios and if so where can i get a working flash tried going to my mother boards site but the flash doesn't seem to .my bios is set properly.i heard of a program that might work.Winternals.Erd.Commander.2005.have u heard anything about this



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This is the manual for your motherboard. Page 13 shows you which jump you need to reset to clear your BIOS. The jumper appears to be labeled JBAT1.

Hope this helps!

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Well if ur problem is still not sloved install the agp u removed den go to bios n turn back it on and den remove da agp :) might b helpful

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