I'm having trouble getting my new AGP videocard to work on my computer, which is currently using integrated graphics. When I plug the monitor into the videocard, all I get is a blank screen. I think the monitor receives the signal though, because when it isn't hooked up to anything it says "No Signal" on the screen. When I plug the monitor into the videocard, the "No Signal" display goes away and the screen turns black. When I turn on the computer, the status light on the monitor changes from amber to green and back to amber, and I can hear the beep from the power on self test and the computer loading into windows normally. Before I installing the videocard, I tried disabling the intregrated graphics as instructed by the videocard manual. I searched online for instructions on how to do this and read that this can be done through the device manager, the BIOS, or jumpers. http://www.techspot.com/vb/all/windows/t-9030-disabling-Intel-Integrated-graphics.html http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=5491&highlight=onboard I tried disabling and even uninstalling the display adapter driver (SiS661FX) in the device manager but that didn't work. I looked through the BIOS menu and couldn't find an option to disable integrated graphics. There was only an "Init First Display" option, which I changed from PCI to AGP. I only found two sets of jumpers on my motherboard, but I don't know what they do. I have a Foxconn motherboard with a SiS 661FX chipset and an Intel Celeron 4E at 2800MHz. I tried searching online for documentation or a motherboard diagram to see what the jumpers do, but I coudn't find anything. My videocard is a 3D Fuzion GeForce 6600 AGP 8x with 256MB DDR. I looked at the System Information Tool from Accessories -> System Tools in the Start menu and saw several conflicting hardware resources that weren't listed in the device manager. These conflicts existed before I got my new video card, but I have no idea how to resolve them. Thanks for your help.