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Thread: Gigabyte GA-6WMMC7 Motherboard

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    Gigabyte GA-6WMMC7 Motherboard

    How do you disable the onboard Video.It is creating
    problems with my new Nvidia tnt2 m64 pci card. I can't
    find any jumpers on the board. No option to disable it
    in BIOS.
    Any help will be appreciate.

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    If there is no option to disable it in BIOS then you can disable it in Device Manager, it you don't want to run a dual monitor setup. Also make sure that the BIOS is set to use the PCI as the primary card.
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    mjc, Thanks for responding. I did disable it in Device Manager. I checked the 'disable in this hardware profile'. Now after unstaling
    the NVdia driver, only the intel VGA display driver is there and the
    'disable in this hardware profile' is no longer there. Only 'exist
    all hardware profile ' is selected.

    I'll try the second suggestions and feedback later. Thanks.

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    mjc, i followed your suggestions in BIOS and selected the 'pci palette
    scoop' if i am not mistaken. By the way there is in BIOS to disable
    onboard video by either choosing 'ADD ON" or "ON BOARD VIDEO'. I of
    course choose 'ADD ON" .
    The problems is after doing all that in BIOS and installed my pci
    card it still shows two display drivers in Device Manager. The pci and
    the onboard intel 828103E graphics controller. The problems with this
    is that after certian no fixed times the pc will boot upto the flash
    ME screen and stalled. When i rebooted it will says the display driver
    (pci) not properly installed. With only the onboard video installed this
    problems does not occured.
    Now i have another problem. MY intel ac97 onboard sound show yellow
    marks and i had to reninstall it everytime i rebooted. I had already
    downloaded the lates intel chipset acceleration driver.

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