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Im trying to disable the on board graphics card so i can install then new on i just bought. i have a gateway GT4024 and the onboard graphics card is an ATI Radeon Xpress 200 series

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Your board has ATI integerated graphics, no need to remove. You would upgrade by adding a PCIe express card in slot. Do you have such a card? If you need installation instructions, let me know at "add a comment"
Dave

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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  • David Petry Apr 06, 2011

    To disablethe on board graphics lick on "start", then "control panell" find and riht click on "device manager", open and click on continue> Clcik on the box(on right) next to "sound audio and game controllers". You see ATI, Radeon, Xpress 200 in your list. Right click on tjat and you will see "disable" click on that.

  • David Petry Apr 06, 2011

    You should uninstall any of the ATI software before installing the software from new card.

  • lip_for_ass Jun 23, 2011

    so funny he is talking about on board graphic card device disable , not driver buddy.

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