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buying a motherboard

by 1234paul / June 5, 2004 1:03 AM PDT

my motherboard has a inbuilt card and i bought a new card, the new card dont work because of the inbuilt one, will buying a new mother board without a inbulit card and that supports my new card solve this problem? i don't want to waste money

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Re:buying a motherboard
by Art / June 5, 2004 2:17 AM PDT
In reply to: buying a motherboard

Without knowing what you have or your exact problem, I would think to change mobo to solve the problem maybe a bit of overkill. What built-in device/s is the problem? Have you already look in the bios to see if it can be disable it there?

But if you just want a faster and better computer then by all mean...but you should also realize it involves lots of work as well. Good luck.

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buying a motherboard details
by 1234paul / June 5, 2004 2:43 AM PDT

the unremovable card is an intel(r) extreme graphics controller which isn't to good for newer games.and i have looked at the bios and there is nothing also there is no switch on the mobo to turn of the card.

what sort of work? do you mean buying more components or haveing a fiddley job getting the mobo in & out

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Onboard Video issues.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 5, 2004 2:50 AM PDT

If you can't disable, then you fit a new video card and change the Primary or "boot" display to the new card. Some minor adjustments in the OS are next.


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