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Have a emachine et1810 and want to disable the onboard video

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Right click my computer
click properties
click hardware
click Device manager
click display adapter
yours will show
Right click your adapter
menu will ask...
After that is done. turn off computer instal video card and drivers and reboot

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Generally this is done in the BIOS. When you turn the system on, you will see a black screen with a line at the bottom to hit ESC, DEL or some other button to enter setup. You may have to start several times before you get it right.

Once in the BIOS you can turn the internal Video off. (Integrated NVIDIA® GeForce® 7050) This system is old and is not worth investing in a new video card. I'd consider a new system.

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