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Does anybody have an intel DG965WH motherboard?!?!?! VERY IMPORTANT!


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#1 iSIKH

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 11:20 AM

Hey everyone, does anyone use or have the motherboard intel DG965WH? If so could you help me? What happened is that my Nvidia 9800GTX+ was going bad so I went into bios to disable it and enable the integrated graphics (I did this because I am computer savvy) The only problem with that was that now I get a black screen no matter what...What I wanted to ask you was can you take a picture of the bios screen so I can navigate to graphics/video cards and re-enable my 9800GTX+. Could you possibly take 1-3 pictures upload them, like one of the regular bios screen and then one navigated to the setup where u have the option for RAM advanced setup, video card setup,etc. Please everyone and thanks you so so much I really need to use my computer. I am sending this from my sister's laptop which I cannot use often at all. =[ Thanks.

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 11:32 AM

Be "savvy" enough to remove the video card completely,
Hookup the monitor to the onboard video,

Then clear the CMOS.

Be sure to unplug the unit from the house current before doing anything.

Either move the CMOS jumper to clear it [don't forget to put the jumper back to the original posistion before you power on the motherboard]
If you can't find the jumper remove the battery for about 30 seconds.
[The battery is released by pushing a metal retainer clip, not just prying it out of the retainer.
Just pry it out & you will break the plastic battery retainer clips .

If you clear the CMOS & get no video then the motherboard, CPU, power supply, or memory is bad.
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Posted 04 April 2009 - 11:50 AM

Be "savvy" enough to remove the video card completely,
Hookup the monitor to the onboard video,

Then clear the CMOS.

Be sure to unplug the unit from the house current before doing anything.

Either move the CMOS jumper to clear it [don't forget to put the jumper back to the original posistion before you power on the motherboard]
If you can't find the jumper remove the battery for about 30 seconds.
[The battery is released by pushing a metal retainer clip, not just prying it out of the retainer.
Just pry it out & you will break the plastic battery retainer clips .

If you clear the CMOS & get no video then the motherboard, CPU, power supply, or memory is bad.


Well, I guess I am savvy compared to most people but now that I found out more and more about computers everydday at work.. I am not too savvy, just savvy compared to the avg Joe..but thanks I will try that right now!

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 11:53 AM

Be "savvy" enough to remove the video card completely,
Hookup the monitor to the onboard video,

Then clear the CMOS.

Be sure to unplug the unit from the house current before doing anything.

Either move the CMOS jumper to clear it [don't forget to put the jumper back to the original posistion before you power on the motherboard]
If you can't find the jumper remove the battery for about 30 seconds.
[The battery is released by pushing a metal retainer clip, not just prying it out of the retainer.
Just pry it out & you will break the plastic battery retainer clips .

If you clear the CMOS & get no video then the motherboard, CPU, power supply, or memory is bad.

lol thanks my man I was just about to say I tried everythign but nothing works. THen I realized I made the STUPIDEST MISTAKE!! haha I forgot plug the monitor into the onboard gfx card

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 12:26 PM

you should probably remove the defective video card, it will force it to use the onboard. :D

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