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Simplest way is to go into device manager and right click on the non-working device and select "disable". This will take the device out of service. But you will then need to install another video board to get proper video. Easy on a PC...just open the back/side and install the board in an available slot. Be sure to buy the right board and slot pin configuration for your machine. There are several different slot configurations. If you have a laptop, you're history if the onboard video card is soldered to the MB.If it's a socket design, just buy a compatible card and replace the old one. Most laptops have soldered cards. Check the manufacturer;s website for your model to see if they sell replacement cards.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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