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Changing back to onboard

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I need to remove my dedicated card (gtx 465) and switch to my onboard ati 4200.

Whenever I unplug the vga from the card, the screen goes off and when I plug it into the onboard, nothing happens.

What should I do to go from one video card to another?
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I'm assuming onboard was disabled, you'll need to go into the BIOS and check. Also, make sure you uninstall your nvidia drivers and install the latest ATi drivers for your chipset.
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turn it off, take out the 465, and boot it with the video plug on the onboard.
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Originally Posted by wumpus View Post
turn it off, take out the 465, and boot it with the video plug on the onboard.
Yeah, definitely take the GTX out of the PC
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