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My graphic on board display problem..can i flash bios

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Yes, you can flash the BIOS but be very careful. First see if the updated BIOS upgrades video issues.

You have to give more information. Is it not working at all?

Have you tried a video card in the AGP slot on the motherboard?

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Hi cinkaduk,

I can't necessarily determine what is wrong with your graphic's based on the information that you gave, but it never hurts to have current bios and update your drivers on any machine. You can find your HERE. Make sure you enter the correct os and then you'll be on your way.

Good Luck,

and don't forget to leave a rating,


Thanks

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