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How to revert back to intergrated graphics

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April 28, 2012 2:38:01 PM

My graphic card has been giving me troubles and I do not have time to fix the problem so how do I revert back to integrated graphics? Go through the basics and every step needed Im not very good when it comes to technical stuff...

PC: Dell Dimension E520
OS: Windows XP SP3
Graphics card: Nvidia7200LE
April 28, 2012 2:46:09 PM

Power off. Move video data cable to MB port. Power up. Go into the BIOS during startup. Change video back to integrated. Continue into Windows.

Remove card's drivers. Power down. Remove card. Power up.

That's the general idea
April 28, 2012 2:51:50 PM

Traildriver said:
Power off. Move video data cable to MB port. Power up. Go into the BIOS during startup. Change video back to integrated. Continue into Windows.

Remove card's drivers. Power down. Remove card. Power up.

That's the general idea


How do I get to BIOS and change video back to intergrated? that is the part I dont know I have no knolwledge no how to get around BIOS and its a bit hard to even see the text because of the artifacts.
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April 28, 2012 3:25:11 PM

Power down, completely remove your graphic card, hook the monitor up to the onboard port, and reboot. It should detect and revert to the integrated graphics automatically.
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