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#1 philbophill

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Posted 16 March 2005 - 06:24 PM

Has anyone upgraded from integrated video to a video card? I don't have AGP so will have to go to a PCI card. I don't want to replace my MOBO just to do this. I have heard there can be all kinds of conflict problems and thought I would try to head off any before I go forth. Thank you...............

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Posted 16 March 2005 - 09:06 PM

I have done it on 4 Dell GX1 computer . It is straight forward . In my case I popped in the PCI card and I was up and running . I went into the Device Manager and Disabled the onboard video . FYI I am using XP Pro . You could run dual monitors if you choose to . Some onboard video can be disabled in the BIOS .


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