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« on: July 27, 2004, 01:57:55 PM »

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Operating System Version:win xp
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Hi, all

I have a Win XP pc, the VGA card is on board,for some reason the VGA card didn't work good and I can't fine the monther board CD,so I can't reinstall the VGA driver.
Then I try to use other PCI VGA card,but I'm not sure how to disable the on board VGA card. When I just connect the monitor to the PCI VGA, the screen was black,can't see any things!
Then I disable the on board driver,and connect monitor to it, after reboot,the screen just show some infor, like which one you want to boot up, than the screen became dark, did not show any things too!
I want how should I do for the next step?
Thanks!???
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