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By w.dunk ·
I have bought and installed a Geforce 4 MX440 graphics card (64 mB SD ram ), but the computer , a MYCOM 1000hz, with 256 mB ram , can't find it . The old card is an onboard Savage 3 card and this may be the problem . Can I just uninstall the onboardcard , or is this a bios related problem ? How should I proceed ?

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by dmiles In reply to graphics card conflict

If you have the Motherboard manual,check the configuration setting it will show the location of the onboard card

Enter setup,by pressing designated key,locate onboard graphics card,highlight and right-click then you should select disable,exit andsave changes

Now proceed with installing the card in AGP slot and loading the software drivers.

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by samtong In reply to graphics card conflict

Just Go to the Bios and disable the onboard Video card. Some pc require you to set the first intit to AGP.

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by samtong In reply to graphics card conflict

Just Go to the Bios and disable the onboard Video card. Some pc require you to set the first intit to AGP.

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by TheChas In reply to graphics card conflict

Un-install the Savage 3 from device manager.

Shut down the PC.

Set jumpers as needed, and install the new card.

Boot up, and enter BIOS settings.
Disable the on-board video, and set the first video device to the slot type your new card is plugged into.

Save BIOS settings and exit.

The PC should now recognize the new card.

Chas

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