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You probably need to disable the onboard video in the BIOS at bootup. Depending on the motherboard manufacturer, the key you must press at startup is different. Sometimes it's Delete, sometimes it's Esc, sometimes it's F2 or it could be something else. Once there you'll have to find the setting for something like Onboard Devices or similar and disable the onboard video chip.

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Ok :) . Once you change the setting, be sure to then disconnect the monitor from the integrated graphics port and connect it to the one on your new video card.

The onboard only seems to have 3 settings in BIOS - PCI ~ AGP ~ Onboard AGP - <_< - Set to AGP ??

ASUS mother board - P5S800-VM

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