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ENable integrated video

Posted on 2004-09-07
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I have a Pavilion 522n. It came with integrated video. I installed a PCI video card and disabled the intergrated video.

HOWEVER, it appears that the video card has gone bad....I get nothing on the screen. How do I enable the intergrated video without being able to see the BIOS screen?
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If you can't see anything on the screen, you may try resetting the cmos, or clearing the cmos.  There may be a jumper on the motherboard that will allow you to reset/clear the cmos.  Or you may need to remove the motherboard battery for a minute or so t clear the cmos.

Then it should revert back to the original Cmos settings (or default settings)  and should default to the integrated video.  Otherwise worse comes to worse, just buy yourself a new PCI video card.  IF you are sure it is your video card that has gone out.  It may be that the system board is not functioning properly, or the CPU that may be bad or even bad ram...

anyway let us know how it goes...
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