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Gigabyte onboard vga is not default... no pci card

I recently bought a new gigabyte motherboard... I wanted to use the onboard vga as i do not have a pci xpress card (upgrading machine, and old one is agp). My lcd monitor shows 'no signal'... and reading through the manual I discovered pci xpress is the bios default. My question is how can i get the mobo to default to onboard vga without being able to see cmos? Do i just need to go buy a pci xpress card? and if so, what is the point in the onboard vga then?

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  • sivamaya Dec 25, 2007

    i have via mother board but i have miss my mother board cd pls help

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Mouse is not getting detected. I hv tried for both PS2 & usb mouse .Give me the solution please

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What you can do here is remove the Battery on your mobo. This will reset the CMOS and then you should be able to access your CMOS as usual. :)

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SOURCE: Intel D945GCZ, PCI-E video card

Mostly PCI-E now are good vga card, i have a tip for you... there's is a secret between a 512MB & 1GB PCI-E card. With this feature is required a good power supply, like for example I used Power Supply 550watts (original 500watts power supply). This power supply is different from 350watts and 500watts.. Here is a secret buy a 550 watts to boost PCI-E card both 512MB & 1GB. Secretly this performance are based on my own analysis using CPU booster freeware... I'm sure 100% more compatible & perfectly to your motherboard. Just try it at least you have idea where you want to grab PCI-E cards (any Model).
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VGA Support?


Hello here is the homepage:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=2358#sp

Your mainboard supports 1 x AGP 8x slot ( the green slot )

The new PCI-e express does not fit the socket.

When you add a bigger graphic card, you will probably need a bigger power supply.
I recommed a 500 watt or bigger.
Most external graphic cards uses 150 to 250 watts, depending of the size of the card.

I also recommed ATI/AMD graphic cards.
Such graphic card, can be bought online, or in a computer shop.

Good luck

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I have a Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M Motherboard with 2gb ram. I want to disable the onboard graphics card and add another VGA card. Which card should I go for?? Will adding VGA card, show physical memory as 2gb...


Hello you can download the manual, and drivers here:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=1810#manual

You can add a graphic card 1 x AGP slot (8x/4x-AGP 3.0 compliant), supports 1.5v display card only.
And Max capacity: Up to 2GB DDR400 RAM by 2 DIMM slots.

ATI/AMD makes very good graphic cards.

Adding a graphic card on the mainboard will not slow the physical memory. It has it`s own ram.

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I have the same problem with Asrock ALiveNF7G-HD720p motherboard with Gigabyte nVidia 8400GS video PCI adapter, it sometimes work but most of the time boot to onboard motherboard even though the BIOS...


You would want to make sure you have the latest bios for the motherboard updated. If the issue happens during post then it would be a motherboard related. However if it only happens in windows it would be an issue with the drives. Try grabbing the latest drivers from NVIDIA's website for your card. Then go into device manager in Windows and make sure you right click the onboard video and disable it. This setting should disable the onboard video in Windows and only allow the 8400GS card to run.

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hey try the removing cards.....
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! Gb or 2 RAm is enough to get run your Win 7
and sound card is noot required untill you have 4 or more speakers

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Gigabyte GA-945GZM-S2 motherboard I am getting no onboard video installed a pic-e video card and I am still getting nothing as well as no BIOS access either


if there is no onboard video then either go for the agp card or pci express card ,which ever is compatible with ur system. u will get the display certainly...

Sep 04, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-945GZM-S2 Motherboard

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MOTHERBOARD GA-7ZX THE PROBLEM IS , I HAVE A MOTHERBOARD GA-7ZX,WITH VGA ON BOARD AND IN YOUR MANUALS , THERE IS NOTHER ABOUT THIS MODEL AS I SAID MOTHER BOARD GA-7ZX, ALL YOUR VER. IS MENTIONED THAT MODEL...


You posted this problem twice. I have replied to each differently.

The motherboard manuals would be supplied by the manufacturer, in this case a company named Gigabyte, which is not a part of nor related in any way to FixYa.com website. The following is a link to the support page for this motherboard on the Gigabyte website:)

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=1369

There are three revisions of this motherboard {1.x, 5.0 and 5.1} and NONE of them have onboard VGA. All use an add-in 4X AGP VGA card that goes into the brown slot at the top of the white PCI slots.

Compare your motherboard to the pictures available at Gigabytes' support page (the link above) to make sure we are talking about the same motherboard, although as far as I can see there was no other manufacturer that made a motherboard with the GA-7ZX designation. Please verify and repost your results.

Jan 09, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-7ZX Motherboard

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THE PROBLEM IS AS FOLLOWS. MY MOTHERBOARD IS A GA-7ZX WITH VGA ON BOARD , BUT IN YOUR MANUALS , THERE IS NOTHING ABOUT THE VGA ON BOARD, AS I SAID IT'S A GA-7ZX .fFOR ALL V ER. 1, 5.0 5,1 IS MENTIONED IN...


The motherboard manuals would be supplied by the manufacturer, in this case a company named Gigabyte, which is not a part of nor related in any way to FixYa.com website. The following is a link to the support page for this motherboard on the Gigabyte website:)

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=1369

There are three revisions of this motherboard {1.x, 5.0 and 5.1} and NONE of them have onboard VGA. All use an add-in 4X AGP VGA card that goes into the brown slot at the top of the white PCI slots. You must provide your own video card if you received the board separately (outside of a system). If you received a full system the card may already be installed. you will have to physically remove that card (with the system off and unplugged first!) and look at any writing on it to determine the manufacturer brand and model of the video card. I assume you are asking so you can locate the correct drivers for the video display. If so, please repost the information on the video card along with the operating system you are using so we can help you locate the correct driver.

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format ur computer once again.. n install the driver..

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