Removing Intergrated Video Card

  lodger 17:12 27 Jan 04
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MY 1MB graphics display is part of my motherboard, so there is no separate card to physically remove should I want to upgrade to 2MB........so, when I try to delete my present display, Windows prompts me to restart, then Windows finds it again, and installs it again............so should I simply ignore the present graphics and install a new card, and allow Windows to find that one instead ?mmmmmmmmmmmm?

  Jester2K 17:15 27 Jan 04

You'll need to remove the drivers for the old card, shut down the PC, add the new card and switch on, go into the BIOS and disable the onboard graphics and then Windows should only detect the new card. Install the drivers.

  Jester2K 17:16 27 Jan 04

If you tell us the Mobo model someone can tell you the exact BIOS settings that needs to be changed.

  hugh-265156 17:17 27 Jan 04

when it prompts to restart click cancel and shut the computer down.

insert the new card and turn on.enter your bios straight away and disable the onboard it its not already done automatically.

ps.2mb graphics card??

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