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Got a new monitor but need to turn off internal video thats on the motherboard its a p5gd1vm from asus

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Access the BIOS settings (you'll see a message on which key to press to access your BIOS setup when the PC boots up) and you'll be able to access the internal video options.

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I have a ASUS P5GL-MX motherboard. When I turn on the computer I see nothing on the monitor. I had the opportunity to get my keyboard, mouse, monitor and even the memory checked out to make sure they are...

The operation of the onboard video is programmed into the board, so it should work without any drivers being needed. If you verified that the monitor is working then I'd say the onboard video had gone bad. Your motherboard has a PCIe x 16 slot so you can get around the problem by adding an aftermarket video card. The cheapest of them have quality that surpasses any onboard video and they can be found almost anywhere. Follow this link to see some suggestions.;55_158_13067_13067

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Dear master, i haved asus P5VD1-X motherboard problems, its no beep bios and no display but cpu fan normal, green light at motherboard its normal too, i haved try to clean RAM, clean VGA card, reconect...

Every Asus motherboard comes with a seperate four pin two wire ( internal speaker). Either you're speaker is not connected properly or the speaker may be bad.
Check manual page 2-28, PANEL. Asus makes these connections easy by provideding a jumper-block as shown below;

c355ca7.jpg The jumper block is clearly marked.
You also mentioned a removal of the CPU. I only hope you cleaned the old thermal grease from the CPU and heatsink assembly with alcohol and replaced with new thermal past. The P5VD1-X comes with a built in AGP card. Settings are configured within the bios menu. I understand you are unable to receive a single to display to the monitor. Connect the monitor to the rear VGA port. When you replaced the bios battery the bios reset its self to default settings. This means the intergrated AGP video is most likely being used by the bios. Remove any added video cards. If you can't receive video to the monitor I would suggest you contact Asus.
For more information call Asus Tech at:
1-812-282-2787. Eastern time. M-F 8:00AM to 5:00PM.

Good luck!

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Monitor connection

You need to install a Graphics card , because this board does not have on board video!

Apr 29, 2010 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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Nothing shows up in the monitor even the cpu on

Install a new graphics card and plug your monitor into that new video card. Do u get video output? If not, the problem is the system board.If u do, the problem was the graphics card.

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My monitor does not turn on when power is turned on. the monitor stays black. my mother board is an asus A7V8X-LA


When we say monitor doesn't turn on you need to check the power cable if it is correctly plug in, Check the monitor cord if it is plug in directly to your motherboard port. Some motherboard have installed external video card once you have install an video card you can plug your monitor cord to the video card.
When the problem is still occur you need to disassemble the unit. The processor have problem it doesn't display. Remove it and clean after that put a thermal paste so that the heat from CPU will absorbed by the heatsink.


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I got a problem with installing a pciex16 video card... i installed the card set the PCIE in the bios and nothing happens, when i unplug the video kaart the system starts up with the onboard even when i...

The system recognizes both. You can do either of these two:

1. Disable the internal video card via the BIOS. It will start using the add-on.

=== or ===

2. Right-click on your desktop and select [Properties] [Settings]
You will see two monitors #1 & #2.
Click [Identify] so that you know which is which.
Click on the monitor attached to the new video adapter and "checkmark" the box [Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor]

At this point, don't select [Use this device as the primary monitor] until the above steps are successful in accessing the new monitor.

Hope this helps!

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the monitor is not the one looks for motherboard or drivers the monitor drivers is on the motherboard so if you installed new motherboard and your monitor drivers are not set or missing so you nave to download the drivers the one is going to work with your monitor and they are video drivers if you don't have the cd drivers for asus you can get them on or

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MicroATX motherboard work but the monitor shows a black screen.

I assume the monitor is turned on? Try the monitor with a known good computer to verify it's OK. I believe this board has AGP video. Verify that it's properly seated, or try another board.

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