I recently bought a GeForce FX 5500 PCI to replace my computer's integrated graphics. I did some basic research, and found that the best way to disable the integrated graphics was to disable it in the BIOS. I found the jumper on my motherboard, reset it, and soon, I was in the computer's BIOS. I set the graphics port thingy from the original AGP to PCI, but apparently, after plugging my monitor's cable into the graphics card's VGA port, I got "No signal". I was puzzled, as I've heard that many people have had success with installation as soon as the integrated graphics were disabled in the BIOS. I also tried to disable the integrated graphics via Device Manager, and uninstalled the drivers that came with it. It was reverted to the Standard VGA driver, and I plugged my monitor's cable into the graphics card's VGA port once again, but to no avail. So, I managed to disable the integrated graphics, but Windows is not recognizing my new PCI video card. I meet the power supply requirements for this graphics card, but I don't understand why Windows is refusing to recognize my new video card, even after the integrated graphics have already been disabled in the BIOS and in the Device Manager, with the drivers already uninstalled, just as the graphics card's manufacturer has mandated.