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Old 07-08-2006, 05:21 AM   #11
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Default Re: HELP :S deleting onboard graphics

If there isn't and option in BIOS for disable onboard graphics then look for something like - GPU Preference. If you find that then press enter on it and you should get a menu for onboard, PCI, AGP etc. Select the appropriate one for your card then save and exit BIOS for a reboot.
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Old 07-08-2006, 06:03 AM   #12
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hey.
i changed the video graphics from 64mb to 256mb, which i should have done along time ago!. howeveer it does now run a little smoother i still have problems with "star wars jedi academy" this is a old game and the game that comes after it works fine!
it not the settings in the game as i have fiddled and has friends fiddle too! its actually IRRTATING THE HELL OUTA ME!!!

so now i have been in bios cant delete the on board graphics coz i cant find them...what next?
anybody?

ps i love the picture Washington!!
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Old 07-08-2006, 08:29 AM   #13
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hey.
i changed the video graphics from 64mb to 256mb, which i should have done along time ago!. howeveer it does now run a little smoother i still have problems with "star wars jedi academy" this is a old game and the game that comes after it works fine!
it not the settings in the game as i have fiddled and has friends fiddle too! its actually IRRTATING THE HELL OUTA ME!!!

so now i have been in bios cant delete the on board graphics coz i cant find them...what next?
anybody?

ps i love the picture Washington!!
You changed the amount of video memory?.. let me guess, you have a GeForce 6200TC video card..
Those are pretty cheap for a reason, you can't expect much regarding performance. It's more of a "better than nothing" sort of card..
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Old 07-08-2006, 11:33 AM   #14
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Default Re: HELP :S deleting onboard graphics

Could you give me the model of your motherboard? I could tell you where at in the BIOS it is if you let me know.
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MikeReiner - if he has an AGP card, he might have changed the aperture size :s
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