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Need to install new graphic card. How do i turn off my internal grapics card?

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No need to set or turn off the internal graphics card it is automatically disabled you install a separate graphic card either agp or pci express. Only you have to do is install the new graphics card and boot it up your desktop computer. After that insert the driver cd and install it.....just follow the user instructions,,,..

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