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Connecting display card

After connecting powercolor (ATI radeon9550) display card windows wont load. I dont know if it's the motherboard or if I need to change any settings.

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You can try up by going into setup mode ( initial setup BIOS --press DEL key after pwr on )to deactivate internal VGA mode.it may help.

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