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Graphic Card & OpenGL on Dell PowerEdge R905

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Hi,

I have a software installed on a  Dell PowerEdge R905 server with OS: Windows Server 2003 32-bits SP2. It requires graphic card which supports OpenGL2.0 and above.

The original graphic card in the box is integrated Display Adapter is ATI ES1000 (only supports OpenGL 1.1.0). I added another graphic card NVIDIA NVS 300 and installed the right driver.

The problem I got is the new graphic card cannot be recognized in the system if I log in from Remote Desktop Access but can be recognized if I log in from directly connected console.  (Please see the attached images)

Could you give me some suggestion on it?

Any help will be appreciated.

Thank you!

Jing
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That system does not allow the onboard video card to be disabled. That is probably your problem.

Here is the manual for the setup program where onboard video is addressed.
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/per905/en/HOM/PDF/HOMMREN.pdf
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