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I'm trying to find the right location in my bios to disable a video card

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  • Mark jacobs May 08, 2010

    ok, here's my real problem from the beginning, awhile ago i installed a 1gb video card, and all worked well, then about a month ago, when playing WOW(worl of warcraft), or any other game that used my video card, my pc would shut completely down in 5 min or less. so I re installed my old video card which is a 128, pci, the new card was a new pci-e. The problem I have now is that when i turn my pc on I have to have the monitor cord plugged into the pci-e card, but when windows starts, I have to then plug my monitor into the pci card. I've gone through my device manager and completely disabled, and removed my pci-e card. But now what do i have to do in my bios??

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Its only there if a alternate graphics card is installed but you do from the device manager in windows

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