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Geforce4 video card

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Darkcarnival, Sep 10, 2003.

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  1. Darkcarnival

    Darkcarnival Thread Starter

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    I bought a geforce4 video card and put it in my comp. now i cant get the onboard video card to go away i've tried all the basic and easy stuff but nothing works someone help and one of my serial bus is now conflicting.

    motherbaord:AM37312
    OS: windows xp pro
    compaq presario :S4020WM
     
  2. panzer999

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    So you went into Control Panel\System\Device Manager, right-clicked and selected properties for the on-board card, and put a check in the box 'Disable in this hardware profile'?
     
  3. Darkcarnival

    Darkcarnival Thread Starter

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    yes--i have even went as far as uninstalling the driver but to no avail went into bios and disable onboard video but it still conflicting with my geforce
     
  4. Darkcarnival

    Darkcarnival Thread Starter

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    oh and my onboard video is that pro savage thing--if u call that video lol
     
  5. panzer999

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    Once you disabled it, did you try reinstalling the drivers for the G-force?

    Also, in the device manager, try changing the settings under 'Resources' for the Savage.
     
  6. Deathdealer

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    i have same problem but its the other way around i want to use my onboard graphic card but it keeps saying 'cant start device'

    (i disabled the one i put in)
     
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