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Old 07-06-2006, 06:23 PM   #21
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Default Re: Disabling onboard video

Yeah I was thinking, maybe he just doesn't know how to get into it. Try Delete, F12, F8, or tyou could just do a piano wave down the entire F row at bootup
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Old 07-06-2006, 06:36 PM   #22
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i disabled my onboard video card ust by right clicking My Computer and clicking on Properties and then click on the Hardware tab. from there you just click Device Manager and find your onboard graphics card. and yeah when you install the drivers/program for the graphics card it does diasble it.
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Probably been said, but with a Prefab computer you just cant change clock speeds, however you can enable and disable stuff.
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Probably been said, but with a Prefab computer you just cant change clock speeds, however you can enable and disable stuff.
You're right. I've been trying to OC my Dell and it won't work! ah well at least i'll be getting a new case and mobo in the not too distant future and then maybe i'll consider it. I hate my BIOS, you can't do anything except enable, disable, on and off. other than that you can't do much.
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