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I installed Catalyst 11.7 for onboard Radeon HD4250 already.

Now, I add a Radeon HD6770.

Is it just plug and play, or do I need to uninstall and install Catalyst package again?

Also, do i need to disable the onboard HD4250 in BIOS.

Please advice.
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Unscrew, plug, screw in, unplug (from onboard), plug (to dedicated), play. And that should work.
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Unscrew, plug, screw in, unplug (from onboard), plug (to dedicated), play. And that should work.

Radeon HD4250 is inside the chipset.
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Yep, just plug and play.
    
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Yep, just plug and play.

Thanks.
Also, do i need to disable the onboard HD4250 in BIOS.
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I just explained it. Yes, plug and play. Jeez, what happened to people being able to understand more advanced sentences?
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No you don't need to disable it.
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No you don't need to disable it.
Thank you.
Is there any signal from motherboard VGA?
Can I connect 1 display thru video card and 1 display thru MB VGA?
Edited by fxfighter - 8/3/11 at 11:47pm
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post #9 of 11
It can't get any easier. Just remove the old one and put the new one in if you already have the drivers installed.

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Unscrew, plug, screw in, unplug (from onboard), plug (to dedicated), play. And that should work.
That GIF of Konata really annoys me everytime I see your avatar. It's just so eye-catching
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Thank you.
Is there any signal from motherboard VGA?
Can I connect 1 display thru video card and 1 display thru MB VGA?
just use the dvi's or the hdmi's on your 6770
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