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03-24-2010 09:17 PM
I've done more retarded things, but this time I told the control panel not to use the integrated video before I got a new video card installed, so I can't see anything.
I tried to reset the BIOS by pushing F1, F5, enter, F10, enter, when I turned the a1224n back on, but that didn't work.
I saw some other instructions that indicate that yes or ok be selected after the F5 and F10, but since I can't see I don't know if yes or no is the default answer.
Anything else I can do?
There are a lot of stupid things windows won't let you do, why is this so easy?
03-28-2010 09:25 PM
Removed the video card and my monitor works / hp support.
So I still can't install the video card driver without the video card physically installed, and if the video card is in the PCI slot I can't get any video.
03-29-2010 07:48 AM
What video card are you using? Does it require a separate power plug?
You might have to go into the bios and disable the onboard video to get your card to work. It's one or the other and not both.
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