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I have been using a integrated nivida geforce and i barely bought the RADEON HD 6850. i put RADEON HD AX6850 into the pci-e and i tried to connect it to the video cable to my monitor but my monitor dont read it but when i connect the video cable to the motherboard VGA slot it works. can you please help

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You will probably have to boot into your BIOS by pressing F2 or DEL, depending on your motherboard. I'm not sure what motherboard you have but I think you're smart enough to find the setting that says use the video card instead of on board graphics.
Remember to do this while connected to "motherboard" graphics then switch over to the video card.

I hope this helps.

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