mobo said:well then go to device manafer and right click on the item and Uninstall its drivers or select update the drivers then use your own.
In your case you have to disable the onboard in the bios.nhlfan2004 said:there's a problem there. Often, when you uninstall something, it tells you it won't take effect until you restart. Well, when you restart, it just reinstalls what you just uninstalled.
I have a similar problem...I have an onboard graphics card, and a PCI video card. Every time I restart my computer, XP re-installs the onboard card and a couple of 'unknown devices' along with it, without prompting me. You can't click on it to cancel or anything.
Anyone have any idea how to disable this in XP? I've looked all over the control panel and can't seem to find an option to do this anywhere.
tried that. no option to do that anywhere. since i have selected my PCI card as the primary display device in my control panel, when i go into the BIOS, it will only let me tinker with the NVidia card.Skivvywaver said:In your case you have to disable the onboard in the bios.
oh the PCI card works just fine. in fact, that's what my computer's using right now. Guess I'll just have to keep re-uninstalling that stuff everytime i boot up my PC. Gotta admit I'm aggrivated XP doesn't give you the option of turning off that Found New Hardware BS and installing it without even prompting you. I'm sure I'm not the only one that is causing problems for.RAM-PAGE said:Is the card properly installed? It might help to re-seat it just to make sure it is fully home.
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