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I have a H/P 873n computer. It has a ATI video card. It works fine however I cam getting lines threw my monter. I wiggle the card and it clears up. I tried removing the card and renstalling. Checking for dirty conntacts,etc. I wanted to enable the on board video plug on the D33007 motherboard and use that instead. I do I enable?

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- Go to "Run" and type "sysdm.cpl". - Click the "Hardware" tab. - Click "Device Manager"
- Under "Display Adapters", you should see both your graphics card and your motherboard's on board graphics. Just right-click on your on board graphics, and the click "Enable".
Hope this helps!

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