Wondering if there is a jumper to change on the board. Can't find anywhere in the BIOS to actually disable the video. Also, any documentation on this board would be very helpful. Can't seem to find any of that either. Thanx
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Unless you are working with 1980's vintage motherboards, there are no jumpers on the motherboard for video. Most motherboards today, if they have onboard video and an expansion video slot, have a BIOS/CMOS option for which video you want to initialize first (onboard/PCI). A few may actually have an enable/disable capability, but few do anymore. It is all automatic.
There should be a jumper on the motherboard OR a setting in the motherboard bios. Try looking through the bios menus first... If there isn't a way to disable, get the model of the main board and look at the jumper diagrams online.
there are no jumpers to disable the onboard sound you need to enter the bios setup by pressing del as soon as you power up the system once in the bios setup page look for the integrated peripherils and enter that menu then look for via onchip pci device and enter that submenu there you should find the setting for the audio and it will be set to auto or on then you just have to change it to off or disable .Hope this helps
then change jumper back, then buy video card before installing new video card disable onboard video either by bios or in device manager disable then shut down then install new video card and you should be on your way. Henry
no you dont need the jumpers or some from there...just before booting your OS,go into the bios field. there you will find the option you must set to disable. the exact point youll find it I cant tell you because bios are different from board to board..depending of the manufacturer..just surf the bios,youll find it and disable it good luck bye