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Vga card is dead so the nothing showing on the screen

I would like to install a new vga card cause the onboard card is not workin how to disable onboard card

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Hello,
On motherboards with built in video cards when you plug in a new card the on board card is automatically disabled. Just plug the card in and connect your monitor.

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