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I need to disable the onboard video card on the emachine t1090 but I don't have any video output

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If you are updating the old built-in video card for a newer o better one (PCI, PCI EXPRESS, AGP) just install it run the computer as normal. , install the proper software containing the drivers for the new video card, restart the computer.and make sure in the device manager you new video card is detected and working fine.

you can just disable the old one. inside windows (linux o mac). If you are using windows, just click on start, and on the right column you wikk see CONTROL PANEL tab. click on it, search for device manager, doble click on it.
Here you will have a list of all the hardware installed in your pc. doble click on dsplay adapters, right click on your old video card and cleft click on the DISABLE option.

In some computers you can access the BIOS settings and disable it from there.

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Enter the bios under onboard devices you see the the video adapter disable it there save and exit

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