The manual shows all bios screens.kimsland said:Manual:
Can't see any disable function, ...
There are 2 ways to do this.poundnnail said:I'm not sure what you mean, Don't connect a monitor, connect it to a video card. Sorry not to smart on this subject.
Where you connect your monitor cable is what Device Manager uses.ignore zipperman. There is NO WAY to disable onboard video on your current motherboard. It is not even offered as an option in your BIOS.
You will need to change motherboards and rebuild your system from scratch (reinstall windows) if you wish to use an external video card.
That's the monitor device, not the Video card deviceWhere you connect your monitor cable is what Device Manager uses
That's the monitor device, not the Video card deviceThat's the monitor device, not the Video card device
Most users do not install their specific monitor driver (usually just an inf holding their model number, that's about it) because Monitors are usually set up as "Plug and Play Monitor" (which is all they need for Windows)
By the way, this thread is old March 2008Can't see any disable function, so it must Auto Disable on AGP card through Plug and Play
According to asus disable it in the bios too.Yes you're right. Although I didn't realize it at the time!
Plugging in the video (cable) to the addon video card, will disable (automatically) the onboard video (if exists)
Anyway, I've already stated this in Post#2
By the way, this thread is old March 2008
poundnnail has probably got it fixed by now (I hope)
I think gsteele531 was just adding info to an old thread.
But its the best i can do is by compareing mine to his.No, Post#2 supplied manual (ie the computer in question!)
Not all Asus computers are the same. Due to:
Age of computer ie model and the bios revision.