How to keep onboard video active after installing a video card Tags: Video Graphics Cards How To Windows XP Last response: January 27, 2010 1:51 AM in Windows XP Share rlcoen January 26, 2010 2:06:25 PM I want to install a video card to my pc but I want to keep onboard video active so I can run two monitors. Is this possible? More about : onboard video active installing video card | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove treefrog07 Graphics card Expert January 27, 2010 1:51:03 AM Maybe, but most GPUs are better quality than typical on-board graphics, and they have two (or more) outputs that you can use to run 2 monitors by extending your desktop - so you wouldn't need to use you on-board graphics. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows XP>How to keep onboard video active after installing a video card> Related ressources: ForumNo video cant reset cmos after installing video card on a onboard video MB ForumHow to shut down expensive Video card and use on-board video ForumBroken onboard Video How to install New Card ? ForumWin 7 won't start after new video card installed ForumNo video cant reset cmos after installing video card on a onboard video MB ForumPresario 5225 won't boot after installing new video card ForumSwitching from video card to Onboard video without removing anything ForumABit IP-95 onboard video ForumTrying to get onboard video to work in conjuction with dual PCI-E Card ForumHow disable onboard video on ASUS P8Z77-v ForumOnboard video ForumWhat is the use of onboard graphics after installing graphics card ForumInability to install: Is it my Motherboard or my Video Card ? ForumDisable Onboard Video in AMI BIOS ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumHow to remove write protection from pictures on hard drive ForumHow do i disable windows xp built in burning program ForumHow to restore your personal setting Forum[Solved] How to boot off cd rom on toshiba satellite 5105-s501 ForumInstalling XP without a boot from CD option More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !