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Gigabyte 7VM400M-Rev.1 Onboard Video

Not able to disable the onboard video for this motherboard. I e-mailed Gigabyte, and they were literally no help. They told me what I already knew, that I can't disable it from the BIOS menu. They suggested disabling it from Windows...which is what I originally did, but everytime I restart my computer,s ince its on my motherboard, it reinstalls the driver automattically and will not let me use the new PCI graphics card i bought. I've tried uninstalling the driver, disabling the onboard video card (via windows) and just deleting it all together from the hardware menu and no matter what, when I turn my computer back on it re installs the driver automattically...any help would be great

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  • Anonymous Jul 07, 2008

    same problem, only when i start my pc it uses the built in graphics instead of my PCI card until i eneter windows, which is annoying because im blind until i go into windows

  • Anonymous Jul 27, 2008

    all drivers

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

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Remove the graphic card and remove the onboard video driver.
insert the graphic card and install the driver it works

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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