Question about Dell (E210882) Motherboard
The on board video is dead.
How can I trouble shout the problem?
How can I disable it and replace with an alternative board?
For the onboard graphics card to be disabled you have to restart your computer and click on the "delete" button as much as you can untill you can log on a blue screen "setup screen", or if you can read that the motherboard requires you to click on another button to enter setup "usually F2" the click on it untill you enter setup, then just move the keyboard direction arrows till you get to the choice "integerated periferals" from there you will be able to find another sub choice that tells you your graphics card type, then while on that choice press enter to open it's menu and choose "AGP" or you could also find a choice that says "on board graphics card" then you get to it and press enter and choose "disable" if you're having any trouble with what i just poster you can reach me on my msn or yahoo chat accounts "ahmedconta@yahoo/hotmail.com"
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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