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First boot the computer without connecting Graphic Card, then go to BIOS and find for VGA option change the option to compatible mood, save the setting and come out of it. now off the computer re connect your graphic card and start the computer.
*Please Read full post before trying Also download the Online manual for this motherboard it takes only a minute and probably will answer a lot of questions you might have regarding *********** Board.*
Um... i am assuming your able to still see the display on the monitor if you plug your monitor into the on board video card. I am also assuming that the problem your talking about accursed when you plug in a video card into *********** board and then plug your monitor into that video card. I am also assuming your graphics card that you want to plug into *********** board is a AGP slot card.
If both of these conditions apply to you then try this.
Start your computer with your on board graphics card and unplug any other graphics card form *********** board. Next go into your bios, and follow these instructions:
Go to "Advanced", "Chipset", And then "AGP configuration".
Next change your "Select AGP 3.0 Data Ratio" to "4X".
Next change your "Graphics Adapter Priority" to "AGP/Int-VGA" *make sure its set to" AGP/Int-VGA" or your display will not work and you will need to reset your bios via the mother boards jumper cables.*
Have you tested the monitor to see if it is working? Is the vga cable good? Are you getting the BIOS start-up display screens when computer is booting up or no display at all? It is odd that both the on board video and video card would be bad I would double check the cable connection and the monitor. If the cable is good and the monitor is working properly than the board might be bad. You should at least get the BIOS start-up screen display.
Hi there try going into the bios settings and disable the on board graphics and change it to PCI or PCI Express. You may have to plug the monitor into the on-board VGA port to do this, once done shut the computer down and change graphics port, then restart the pc, your problem should now be solved
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