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Disable onboard graphics of my PCChips M825LU motherboard?

How do i disable onboard graphics of my PCChips M825LU motherboard? Is it a Jumper Setting or a Bios Setting?

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Hi,

Yes its a BIOS setting that you have to change. Usually you change from on-board to AGP settings or plug the graphics card in, take out the motherboard battery and the power cord from the back, leave it for 20 minutes and put them all back again.

This will reset the BIOS and should auto detect the AGP graphics card. You will however need to set the date and time but you can do that from Windows.


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