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You can go to the Aopen sit eto download the driver if it is not working.
Go to http://usa.aopen.com/download.aspx and Select Motherboards in the drop down Product Selector. Then select your MB model #. Then select the category...if you need the Audio driver, select Driver. (Manual, Bios, etc.)
Thanks for using Fixya.
(Note: The manual link is from Netherlands. Had trouble with US site.)
If you really want to disable the onboard video, right click on it in the display properties and select disable. However leaving it on really shouldn't be an issue.
Now the reason you are showing multiple instances of your nvidia card is because there is more than one monitor output on the back. You can hook up two monitors to the card and therefore it is showing up as multiple instances in your display properties. Again, this isn't an issue and is nothing to worry about.
Your mobo doesn't have onboard audio. So you will need to go to an eletronic or computer store and buy one. They range from 10$-200$ depending on the quality of sound you want and what you intend to do with it.
You can download all driver software for the AOpen MX4LR at this link: http://download.aopen.com.tw/Default.aspx
Click the first dropdown menu & choose, Motherboard
Click the second dropdown menu & choose MX4LR
Bingo.... There's all the drivers for the MX4LR motherboard.
The only thing I can think of is that you are using a Video card as well as the MB has onboard Video & it has defaulted to onboard Video? If you have this.. then simply put your monitor on the MB VGA connection, NOT ya Video Card, and see if ya get Video, if ya do then go into the BIOS and set the default to your Video card. Ya be good to go..