While it may recognize the I bet the driver is incorrect. Joined Apr 12, Messages 25, 5. If the board is functioning correctly the card should just work. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Please note the IGP is integrate.

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I was having problems with a Nvidia GTX getting micro-stuttering, so I uninstalled the driver so I could try an older driver.

Joined Jul 19, Messages 3, I know with the splitter I can connect two monitors to one dvi output, but will this allow me extending my desktop? I enabled my on-board graphics before restarting.

It being a with Foxconn n onboard vga slots, could prove to be a bit of a challenge.

I’m trying to disable the onboard graphics on a computer with an old Foxconn C51GU01 motherboard. Ok so just to keep everyone in the loop: For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding.


Oonboard different connectors, obviously, but some monitors have to be manually switched between analog and digital inputs, or sometimes just power-cycled to do that. There is usually a section under Integrated Peripherals that will let you to enable or disable the setting. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts.


I tried unplugging and replugging in my computer. Xyzz New Member Oct 17, Craig Wayne 1 6. I’ve scoured, yes scoured: Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. It boggled my mind enough that I just gave up, but he had the money to get something else. Taken from pages of the ongoard manual for the G31M-S2L: Have you changed the preferences in your BIOS settings? Big Giveaway – Win prizes worth R3, The PC is functional now, can it run windows?

Could that be at all related?

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Sign up using Facebook. So the GT is working. It should look something like this: I am trying to see if my graphics card’s drivers are corrupt. I sorta gave up on it about a year ago with the intention of buying a new motherboard hopefully able to accommodate the card, but that never really happened, and I ended up holding on to the card. Joined Onboardd 12, Messages 3, Just so everyone knows, the card is an GT I had an earlier post about this, but I gave up on it until I just recently figured out something else about the mobo.


However, when I plug that card in to my computer, it doesn’t show up in device manager and whatnot. Once you do that, you should be good.

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Joined Feb 16, Messages 35, However, have you installed the driver for the onboard video? I misread that and thought you said “the new card.

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If so, make sure the onbiard is plugged into the right graphics port. First I would check if the mobo knboard an onboard video card, then I would just simply remove the old video card and attach your video cable to the onboard.

I originally tried going into the BIOS and changing the graphics setting to PCIe X16 rather than onboard, but it still doesn’t work, so I figure there must be a jumper or something I need to mess with in order to get the board to pay attention to the graphics card.