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My system came with a Nvidia PCIe card. I would like to remove this card and use the integrated graphics. Whenever I remove the PCIe the system will just beep, and the integrated wouldn't work. I went in the bios but cannot find anything to enable the integrated.

 

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Hi Googly,

 

That will depend on the type of processor you have. Do you know what type is installed?

 

If you are unsure you can PM me your serial number (please do not post here) and I can review your specifications.

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Hi,

 

Please remove the serial number from your previous post - PMs are okay as we will not reveal confidential information but please don't post it here.

 

Looking at that the processor is a Xeon E3-1240V5 which does not include integrated graphics. Xeon processors do not have integrated graphics as part of their design.

 

Because of this the system is throwing a POST error when you remove the discrete graphics card since it is not detecting a valid GPU present.

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Thank You.

So the 3 x HD Display connectors are just there for show....

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