turning off on board graphics card

  onefoot 17:01 08 Feb 10

my setup is Acer Aspire m3201 phenom quad 4,windows 7 64bit,onboard Ati Radeon HD3200.
I would like to switch off the graphics card,and replace it with a suitable PCI-e card.Is this possible.If so how?

PS I am 90yrs old ,so an early reply would be helpfull ?
onefoot appropiate,probably.

  GaT7 17:15 08 Feb 10

Hi, onefoot. You had asked the same question a few days ago at click here.

As we said there, onboard graphics will automatically switch to the dedicated graphics card when the latter is installed.

If it doesn't we'll let you know what to do.

What graphics card are you going for by the way? Is there a particular reason for wanting to upgrade the graphics. G

  woodchip 18:17 08 Feb 10

On my Desktop Onboard Graphics Disabled Automatic when I fitted the new Graphics card

  woodchip 18:19 08 Feb 10

If it does not disable you can Disable it in Device Manager. Why not connect another monitor to it?
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