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Video card the mother board on my compaq base unit has a built in video card how do i disable it to put in a new one as this causing problems two cards clashing pls help

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When you turn on the computer, it should say something like Press F2 to access setup/bios. Do that; there should be a setting to turn off the onboard video card. Varies by board, so I can't tell you exactly, but if you post your motherboard information, might be able to get you specifics.

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