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Help with unistalling Graphics card.

By Hanslineman
Sep 21, 2007
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  1. I uninstalled my graphics card, and now I have no video memory. I have no idea what is wrong with it or what.

    I have deleted the graphics card drivers
    I restored bios to default

    and I'm not sure what's wrong...
  2. Fragrant Coit

    Fragrant Coit TS Maniac Posts: 579

    You're a bit vague on details...

    Are you trying to use the Onboard Video now?
  3. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 8,436   +218

    What do you mean you have no video memory? VRAM goes with the graphics card. If you have no graphics card, you won't have any VRAM either. I have to misunderstanding something here. You must be talking about something else.
  4. Sorrow

    Sorrow TS Rookie Posts: 141

    May i ask why did you uninstall a Graphics card?
  5. Hanslineman

    Hanslineman TS Rookie Topic Starter

    hmm... let me explain this.

    My computer started off without a graphics card, its called integrated graphics or some such... not sure of the term but games and such worked just fine.

    then I got a graphics card from my friend, everything worked fine, but it was not as good as my motherboard graphics were. so I took it out, and tried using my mobo graphics, at which point it tells me I have no display memory.
  6. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 8,436   +218

    Well, what graphics card are you talking about and which graphics drivers have you installed?
  7. Sharko

    Sharko TS Rookie

    i've run into a similar problem try looking in ur bios setting and either turn up or enable the the vram setting...i've found that in even the most basic bios's this is an adjustable option....either that or try to go to the website for the oboard graphics u have and download new drivers
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