Hi. I have some problems with my Sony VAIO RS-210 Desktop Computer. First of all, it was included with an onboard 82845G Intel Graphics card. It eats up my 512 MB memory which I totally hate and despise. So I went to eBay and I decided to buy a GeForce FX 5500 PCI 256 MB. I had to get PCI because I didn't have an AGP slot. That's when I got totally pissed. I wanted to get a ATI Radeon 9800 or something but the computer didn't have an AGP slot. Before I bought it, I researched how to disable the onboard 82845G on the Sony site but it says this: Quote: How to install another video card in the desktop computer. Follow this procedure to install another video card in the desktop computer. WARNING: There is a risk of personal injury. To avoid electrical shock, always turn off and disconnect the computer from power before opening the case. WARNING: There is a risk of hardware damage. To avoid electrostatic discharge damage, a wrist strap must be used to discharge static electricity while in contact with the internal components of a computer. WARNING: There is a risk of data loss. Backup all important data before installing additional hardware to the computer Turn the computer off. Disconnect the computer from power. Remove the cover from the computer. Install the new video card according to the manufacturer's instructions. IMPORTANT: Only a PCI video card may be installed in the computer. Turn the computer on. NOTES: When a PCI video card is installed, both video adapters will be available at this time for multiple monitor support. The onboard video adapter that shipped in the computer cannot be disabled in the system BIOS. Because of this, the add-on PCI video card can only be used as a secondary video card, and not the primary one. Installation and driver support are provided by the video card manufacturer. I want it to be my PRIMARY card, not the secondary plus I don't have an AGP slot. (I even double checked and it was too late anyway because I bought a PCI graphics card.) So I came upon this site: http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/thread24595.html It says I can allocate the System RAM so the onboard graphics can get no memory. I went to the BIOS to check if there was a setting there to "allocate" the System RAM. I got nothing. Is there software that can disable the onboard card or is there a hidden setting on the BIOS or something. CAN YOU HELP ME?