so about 8 months ago, i decided that it was time to upgrade my emachines (W2247) desktop. i installed a NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4000 video card. yes i know its not something to brag about, but i feel as if im having some trouble with it. i dont think that my computer has been running off of this video card, ever. the thing is that when i run the smallest of games.. when i meet all of the system requirments, i still get a very bad gameplay. all of my drivers for my system are up to date, but i think the problem is that my onboard video is causing all of the problems. when i go to computer management i notice that my old video card is still running and when i go to uninstall, it uninstalls and it asks for a restart. when i restart, windows finds the video card and installs it back in. the screen clicks around for awhile as if its going back to the old card and then i get to see the screen again. i think what i need to do is to uninstall the video card in my BIOS but i dont really know how. if anyone has any idea whats going on, i would appreciate it. here are the specs for my computer also: # AMD Athlon™ XP processor 2200+ (1.800 GHz) with QuantiSpeed™ architecture # Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition # Includes eMachines 17" eView™ 17s2 Monitor (16" Viewable, 0.27mm dot pitch) # VIA KM 266 # 128 MB DDR (PC2100) # 40 GB HDD 1 # 48x Max. CD-RW Drive; 3.5" 1.44MB FDD # S3 ProSavage8™ integrated (1 AGP slot available for upgrade) :slurp: # AC '97 Audio # 10/100Mbps built-in Ethernet # 56K ITU v.92 ready Fax/Modem # Standard Multi-Media Keyboard, 2-Button Wheel Mouse, Amplified Stereo Speakers # 6 USB 2.0 ports (2 on front), 1 Serial, 1 Parallel, 2 PS/2, Audio In & Out, Mic-In & Head Phone jack on front, 3 PCI slots (2 available) # 7.25"w x 14.125"h x 16"d ps. i have upgraded alot of this computer too.