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Intel 82495G Family Chipset -- No Device Found

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by GADDIE, Sep 15, 2012.

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  1. GADDIE

    GADDIE Thread Starter

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    Hiya,

    I am currently using an ASUS motherboard with the Intel 82495G Dual Core Family Chipset. I have been trying to install the PNY GeForce 210 PIC EX video card with no luck. I have gone into device manager and disabled the onboard video with no luck. I do not see a place in the bios to change the graphics option. The device manager does not show the card at all. Any ideas?
     
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    i think you meant to say Intel 82945G.

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  4. GADDIE

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    Yes, I tend to get a bit dyslexic now and again. LOL Thanks. I actually got the answer from a friend of mine. For this chipset, the jumpers to the right of the PCI Ex slot need to be reconfigured to recognize the installed graphics card and then the onboard graphics can be disabled in Device Manager. Thanks for the speedy response though. I truly appreciate it.
     
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