How to keep onboard video active after installing a video card Tags: Video Graphics Cards 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 treefrog07 a b U Graphics card 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. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNo "Onboard" option in BIOS to use onboard graphics card, after installing a dedicated video card Forum Broken onboard Video How to install New Card? Forum Solvedhow to run onboard video card along with add-on video card Forum SolvedMonitor won't display after installing video card Forum SolvedSlow boot time after installing new video card Forum SolvedCant get into BIOS after installing new video card Forum Solvedthe gigabyte b75m-d3h lga1155 has Onboard Video Chipset so can i instal my own graphic card on it Forum SolvedInstalled new video card and none of the Onboard audio ports are working... Forum SolvedMy PC freezes at BIOS screen after installing a new video card. Forum SolvedCode 10 Error After Installing New Video Card Forum How do you install drivers on motherboard without onboard video? Forum @Evongugg - how do you add a budget video card and disable onboard video? Forum SolvedP8Z77-V DRAM LED solid red after installing video card Forum How to enable onboard video and video card on dell optiplex 7010 Forum No audio after installing video card Forum Won't boot after installing replacement video card Forum How to disable the onboard video card on a Dell Optiplex 745 Forum will not boot after installing new video card Forum Black Screen after installing new video card Forum SolvedComputer won't start after installing new video card and ram Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !