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VGA My monitor screen went blank, I replaced with 2 different monitors, NOT the monitors. So I bought a PCI video board to replace onboard VGA. How do I disable onboard VGA or does PCI automatically override onboard VGA?

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It can do give it a try I have never had trouble doing this if not
go into BIOS and reset video

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have you tried when in the vga card to go to control panel/display and look at change display settings and connect to a projector?

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Hello,

It appears that you have spent real time and money to upgrade your system.

I understand your problem. You want dual output VGA's to have two monitors setup with your system. The computer, HP500 has an onboard VGA out, and your add-on PCI express will not give you a second out VGA.

More than likely, HP / Compaq might not support this configuration with thier CMOS>

Maybe better soloution would be since you already have a VGA and DVI video outputs from your new PCI express board would be to go into BOIS and disable your onboard VGA. The VGA should then revert to the new PCI express board. You then could connect the second monitor to have both on the PCI express board. If you have only VGA (blue type) connectors, you can get a DVI to VGA adapter.

At Newegg online or Tiger Direct should have them if needed for less than &10, plus S&H.

Good Luck

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I have a new geforce 6200 evga hd card and have installed it in a PCI slot after first having disabled my ASUS integrated ATI 3300 video through the device manager before powering down and installing the...


Hello,

I am presuming that the mainboard is an Asus model with integrated VGA.

In order to perform the following steps you may have to remove your new VGA board and reconnect your monitor to the mainboard VGA in order to have a display on your monitor.

If your new VGA board is an AGP or PCI express, connecting your monitor to the new VGA board should have been detected and applied the VGA output through the new board. If the new VGA board is a PCI type then go to the new steps to make changes to your CMOS via the BIOS settings.

If not the Asus mainboard may have to have the CMOS setup change through your BIOS settings.

Upon bootup you should be able to hit the delte key and the BIOS screen should come one.
Scroll down to the a view that will show "Onboard Settings" or similar wording.
Select and disable the Asus onboard VGA or video.

If problem still persist, then go to the Assus.Com web site for support on your model Asus mainboard for the maunual, or trouble shooting questions on settings.

Good Luck

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The spynet watch turns on the but the screen is blank I can hear sounds but can not see the menu screen


When exactly you lost the display?

Just right after turning on the computer?While working in Windows? Or every time you open a program or application?

If problem happened just right after turning on the computer, we have 2 point of failures: Monitor or the VGA CARD/MOBO Onboard.

To test your monitor. While computer and monitor is ON. Unplug the VGA cord at the back or the monitor and check if you will see a box moving across the screen says monitor self test.

If no display replace monitor.

It monitor self test passed. Connect computer to a different monitor and if problem persist then update the video card driver or the motherboard chipset. If all fails then you have to replace your video card or motherboard.

Pls do consider replacing the VGA cord as well.

Hope this helps.

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When I plug my monitor into my video card i get "no input signal" yet if i plug it into the onboard slot it works.could my PCI-E slot be bad?


Did you add a video card? If you have an AGP slot, it is best to put the video card in it. If so you need to go into the Device manager. Remove, disable or uninstall the onboard VGA driver. Go ahead and remove the PCI video card driver as well. Power down PC. Make sure monitor is hooked up to the Video Card, not onboard VGA. Power on PC. When Windows loads, it should detect the VGA card first, but if it detects the onboard first, ignore and don't setup onboard first. When Windows detects the card, load the necessary drivers when prompted. There is no need to reinstall the onboard driver for the video unless you wish to hook up two monitors.

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H Slimline New Graphic Card-No new DCI output-Yes old VGA output


you are missing nothing actually the graphic card over rides the onboard graphics and you have to use the graphic cards output ,only one hardware at a time for pci devices

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Randomly lost display on my pc.. and its not a faulty card.


Try to set your PCI-E card as a first one in BIOS. There also should be an option to turn off onboard video.

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Unexpectedly lost graphics, but theres a story to the issue.


You mentioned that you disabled the on-board graphics card using the device mamager.
You should disable the on-board video card in the BIOS.
Go to the BIOS config and disable the Video.

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Ny screen went out there is an green line down the center and the picture is all distorted


Could be one of three things.
1. Try replacing the VGA/Digital Monitor cord
2. Try a different monitor

If these offer the same results, then you need a new video card. If the video is "on the motherboard" the whole motherboard will need to be replaced, UNLESS, you just buy a new video card, depending on the model/design of your motherboard, it could a PCI-E, PCI, or an AGP (these are types of video cards)

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Monitor goes blank after showing XP logo screen (black screen with the xp logo right after boot up screens)


There are different reasons why this might happen. Let's try some. 1.) Does your board have an onboard video card, cause if it does, then XP might be using that as the primary monitor. TRy plugging into the onboard video when you start up! If that works then you need to disable the onboard video.(try disabling it in bios!) if not then 2.)When booting at the select xp or recovery console, press F8. You'll get the menu with safe mode and what not. Go down to Enable VGA Mode then press enter. If that works, go to display settings and lower your resolution then restart. But usually when this happens your monitor says "Out of Range" but u can still try Well if that doesn't work, tell me more! Regards, Armando

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