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boxerorange

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This is the best place I can think of to post this, sorry if I'm wrong.

I have a video card in the my computer, which gives me a DVI and VGA output. I also have an integrated card on the motherboard. However, I am not able to connect a monitor to my motherboard. How can I fix this?
 
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Do you mean you physically can't connect one, or are you trying to use a graphics card and unboard at the same time?
 
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As far as I know you can't do that im afraid.

For what you want it for anyway.

I think most people in your situation, get another card.
 

boxerorange

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Well I figured out the issue. My default card in BIOS was set to the PCI-E card. By switching it over to the onboard one, it works normally.
 
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