*Onboard Demon Pardon My Spelling ___________________________________________________________________ I bought a dell dimension 1100 a while ago. Here are its specs incase its needed: Processor: Intel Celeron, 2530 MHz Memory: 512 Mb Operating System: Windows XP Home SP2 Video: Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller I wanted to upgrade my computer so I bought a NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500. This might have been a mistake, because I don't know if it will even improve much on the integrated. But I can't Uninstall the Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller. I looked EVERY WHERE in BIOS and the only option for Graphics is under Integrated Utilities (might not be the exact name) and it has an option called Graphics Controller. The only options for Graphics Controller are Auto and Onboard. Auto allows my Graphics Card to run, but Intel is still allowed to run. In system > hardware > I uninstalled the the graphics card. I then uninstalled the drivers in add/remove programs. I then shut down and installed my graphics card. I booted up and the Graphics card was found, but Intel re-installed itself. I get a message saying "New Hardware Found" and it automatically re-installs it. I figure the NVIDIA drivers will fix this problem, so I install the drivers and my graphic card is running fine. BUT INTEL WONT GO AWAY! When I disable it under hardware, it somehow still manages to run. Everytime I remove it, it re-installs installs itself. All my games have much better graphics, but they are EXTREAMLY laggy. The company I bought the card on says to contact the manufacturer. For dell hardware phone support it costs money and and takes 10 years to talk to someone. Can anyone help me? Sorry for such a long description, but I read other threads and everyone just tells them to Look in BIOS. I need to make it very clear that BIOS is not the solution. Thanks.