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How to disable the onboard video...

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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  • gmoneygrip12 Oct 08, 2008

    Where is the option to disable the on board video in the bios there's nothing in the manual for that option

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You will need to go into your BIOS config and either disable the on-board video OR set it to auto.

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

  • Anonymous Jul 25, 2007

    Here is the link to the download page for your motherboards drivers and manual:http://www.foxconnchannel.com/EN-US/serv...

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