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Need on-board video active with video card plugged in.

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 HP Pavilion Gaming 790-0077
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I need to reflash the bios in my video card. I want to use the on-board video to do this. As you know the putting the video card in the PCI-E slot is disables the on-board video thus I cannot see anything on the monitor due to the video cards condition.  How can I do this, I cannot find any settings in the HP Pavilion Gaming 790-0077c's bios?

Thanks in advance

Alanst1

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@Alanst1 , welcome to the Community.

 

HP motherboards will not allow for the use of Integrated graphics when a discrete video card is installed:

Integrated graphics

  • Intel UHD Graphics 630
    note:
    Integrated video is not available if a graphics card is installed.

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How about if I add at PCI-E riser to the motherboard via the PCIE-1 input?

 

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@Alanst1 

 

I am not certain if that would work.  I suggest that you choose a manufacturer and contact their Tech Support to see what they have to say.  They are the experts on their products.



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