Z77-D3H when enable onboard graphics system reboots

I want to use lucidlogix MVP and i need to enable the onboard graphics with my HD5850 at same time but when i enable it system just enter a bucle and reboot the whole time.The onboard graphic alone works great but not with the external graphic card.
I conctacted with Gigabyte support and they told me to change a few values , uninstalling external gpu , reinstall drivers etc, nothing worked.
I Hope some of you have a idea whats going on , thanks in advance.
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  1. Update you BIOS!

    1. Uninstall all video card gpu, MVP software

    2. Removing your graphics card and boot with just the onboard gpu (making sure is enabled in the BIOS). Than install the intel graphic card drivers.

    3. If step two works, than install your ATI card and install the software

    4. Install MVP (latest version)
  2. I did what you said but no matter what if my ATI is installed it keep rebooting.
    Gigabyte support even gave me a beta BIOS that there isnt on his web yet, and when i contacted them again they said if i would try with another graphic card or do a RMA.
  3. Did you connect the power to the HD5850?
  4. yes i did
  5. monitor should connect to onboard.
  6. yea i also did that since i had to remove the external gpu so the monitor was connected to the onboard.
    thanks for your help anyway!
  7. maybe check other devices than vga from now .. you can check all optimized default in bios and then disable all power saving function to see if the problem due to power supply during switching your vga mode.
  8. that worked !! i disabled all cpu power saving functions and voila and virtu working perfect.

    thanks a lot man!
  9. BerylLee said:
    maybe check other devices than vga from now .. you can check all optimized default in bios and then disable all power saving function to see if the problem due to power supply during switching your vga mode.


    Glad I read this post as I have that mobo and am purch an hd7xxx card in a couple of weeks (and I planned on using virtu mvp),
    got a hunch this post will save me some anguish!

    Tom
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