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I need to diable the onboard video card before installing a PCI-E 2.0 graphic card. From what I have read, it's possible this is done automatically, through BIOS, or by a jumper setting. I never received any manual that would describe such a procedure. The PC is a Gateway Model GM5472. Thanks

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It is an option in the BIOS under "Advanced Bios Features". Set Initial Display to PCI Express VGA card. Your options may be slightly different due to different BIOS.

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NO ONBOARD VIDEO


Hello here is the ASUS homepage:

http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P5N73-AM&p=1&s=22

Here is a list of beep codes:

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

Your pci-e graphic card is failing or has a defect.
The problem could also be the power supply, not giveing enough power.
When you add a pci-e graphic card on the mainboard, the onboard graphic should deactivate itselves.
Try to remove the pci-e graphic card, and use the onboard graphic.
If still no picture, change the power supply.
Its not possible to change settings in the bios blindfolded.
You can reset the bios by removeing the cmos battery.
But ofcouse it could also be the mainboard itselves failing.
This is rarely happening, so i hope its just the power supply.
Try also to look for visual defects on the mainboard, especially the condensators on the mainboard.


Good luck

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I installed the en8400gs512m into an older compaq with onboard video and audio. after i installed the videocard i no longer had onboard audio. when i removed the en8400gs i had onboard audio back. how can...


I suppect this is a driver problem. Install the EN8400GS in your computer and then install the drivers for it if you haven't already done so. What you want to do is to reinstall the on-board audio drivers for your mainbaord. They can be found on the CD disk that came with your computer, or they can be downloaded form the manufactures website.

Alternatively it could aso be possible that their is a BIOS option to enable on-board audio when a graphics card is installed. Press delete repeatedly on powering on your computer.

Take care!
damnor01

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First off all reset the bios to default setting and restart the system. After restarting the system please go to your bios in the graphics segment and select auto option for card selection.

once done save all setting connect your monitor cable to your monitor and restart the system.

hope this will solve your problem.

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Diablle Vostro 220 onboard video card


Installation of a PCI-Express 16 video card in the motherboard will automatically disable the on-board video.
I'll you should need to do is connect the video to the new card and load the drivers

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How to disable HP m7330n onboard video


If that's so, use Graphics card for that matter. It will automatically read/use the graphics card and not your onboard video. Just look on your motherboard if what type of graphics card will you use for your graphics card slot in the motherboard. Whether it is AGP, PCI/PCI Express.

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I have an acer aspire m1610, I'm desperately trying to disable the onboard video card in order to add a geforce 8500 but there's no way to disable the onboard video card via the bios and the computer wont...


Are You sure the graphics card is not defect?
When I installed a graphics card instead of the onboard
circuit, the SIS Mirage was disabeled automatically.
I have installation CD for the graphics, of course.
Also, I thought that disabeling devices could be done
through the control panel, "hardware devices".

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Bios conf for pci-e card


Try it without disabling the onboard video. It might be possible to use both. I know someone who has this board, so I can check for you later. Let me know if you still have trouble. I will have this person do a test for you if you need one done. You might need to flash the BIOS. That is a fairly new board. I just built a system with with the maximus.

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For user BIOS21 & julio1963,
How to enable you're (Add-in AGP video card) & disable the onboard, integrated S3 graphics UniChrome 2D/3D PCI graphics card.
Enter you're bios. Open you're user manual to page 3-13. Integrated Peripherals. Go to, Init display first. Set to AGP.
(Not to PCI). That is all you need to change. The MSI bios will than see you're add in AGP card & automatically disable the PCI S3 graphics, (Onboard) card.

Enjoy!
If I can help you further, feel free to post here.
Please, each user's vote this issue as a fix, if this helped you to get you're bios to see you're new AGP graphics cards.
Mike


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Yes 6 beeps indicates that there is no video card. Remove the card and plug into another PCI slot as some like to be the first PCI bus used. You will more than likely have to remove a sound card or some other interface do this plug in your new card into the slot and power on.

If there is still 6 beeps there are two possibilities
1 The Video PCI card id faulty
2 The Card is not compatible with your machine.

I do hope this helps you you also may check that you don't have to disable the card within the bios settings as sometimes even though the hand book tell you it should auto change sometime you will have to do this manually.

Thanks J

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being a PCI card, not a AGP or PCI-E the system may not simply switch to that one a primary display adapter when you install it, in the bios under advanced system settings or intergrated periferals, you should have an option to change the primary display adapter, make sure a PCI adapter is included.. if it isnt, chage it to recognise a PCI card as a primary adapter, turn the system off, and install your card then, depending on the bios/model of the mainboard on some of those dells, it may be a little hard to find, ive had to play with a few of them

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