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Trying to get onboard video to work after removing 5770s

I have a biostar 790gx a3+
http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/t-series/introduction.php?S_ID=395

and a 23 inch monitor with dvi and vga connectors

I know I wasn't thinking when I sold my two 5770s earlier today I just took them out without turning back on onboard video

I never really used the onboard before, so anyways what I did to try and fix it I just took out the battery off the motherboard for a few mins then put it back in.

still see nothing when i start up the cpu just a black screen it doesnt say "no signal" but its just black I don't see anything..
i'm using the dvi connector to plug directly into my onboard just incase anyone asks.

please help i just want something to tide me over while I put my money into my accnt tomorrow and order my 5870 :) lol

i had onboard video disabled in bios and I had dual gfx cards enabled with 75 per pci e enabled btw
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  1. which is done by just taking out the battery right?
  2. Best answer
    Resetting the bios should be enough.
  3. probably didnt leave it out long enough im gonna try again
  4. ok well waited a good 5-7 mins and put it back in still getting nothing.. when i took the dvi out and put it back in it gave me no signal, i guess im gonna have to play with jumpers? do all boards have jumpers to reset the bios?
  5. Some newer ones have a button.
  6. Best answer selected by cmaki2008.
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