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kiwinator Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
I war fiddling around in bios because I had graphic problems and I changed 'video adaptor' to intergrated (onboard) from usual pci and I restarted the computer and the pc wont recgonise my monitor now! What can I do! Thanks. P.s im on my fone
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
clear CMOS and itll revert back
#2
Yeh but how can I? I cant see the screen as it wont connect to pc.
#3
think u,ll find once you,ve changed the bios settings for the monitor you,ve had it,got a feeling a new monitor might be needed
#4
kiwinator
Yeh but how can I? I cant see the screen as it wont connect to pc.


ur mother board wont reconise the monitor now u,ll have to install a new monitor with drivers
1 Like #5
u clear the cmos by removing and replacing a lil jumper on the mobtherboard, the comps isnt on when you do this for ob reasons.

dont listen to the guy talking about needing a new mon after changing the bios setting u did lol
#6
Try connecting to the onboard connection on the back and then you will see!!!!

If its still connected to the other graphics card and you changed it to the O/B graphics of course you aint going to see anything! :whistling:

renagade27
1 Like #7
Plug the video cable from the monitor into the video port on the PC and you will be able to get video output. (you may need to remove the PCI video card). You can then go into the BIOS settings and reverse your changes.

The BIOS won't have settings for the monitor only the onboard graphics, chillyyy does not know what he's talking about.

If this doesn't work then do as the other guys said and reset the CMOS, either by moving/removing a jumper by the battery (looks like a small coin) or removing the battery when powered off
1 Like #8
Agree with above 2 post! Unplug the monitior cable from the back of the pc, and plug it into the other socket that looks exactly the same.
Hope that helps.
#9
You shouldn't have to clear bios/CMOS at all.
1 Like #10
rchan
Agree with above 2 post! Unplug the monitior cable from the back of the pc, and plug it into the other socket that looks exactly the same.
Hope that helps.


Yeah, Then go back into bios and switch O/B video of or disabled.....then .F10 and save then reconnect to the[SIZE="7"] other [/SIZE]graphics card connection and restart.................have the driver disk ready for the graphics card............install drivers if asked .................that's it! Should work fine.

you don't need to do much else

renagade27
#11
Eez1
u clear the cmos by removing and replacing a lil jumper on the mobtherboard, the comps isnt on when you do this for ob reasons.

dont listen to the guy talking about needing a new mon after changing the bios setting u did lol


this is correct reset the bios jumper on the mother board SORTED no need for a new moniter
1 Like #12
tallpete33
Plug the video cable from the monitor into the video port on the PC and you will be able to get video output. (you may need to remove the PCI video card). You can then go into the BIOS settings and reverse your changes.

The BIOS won't have settings for the monitor only the onboard graphics, chillyyy does not know what he's talking about.

If this doesn't work then do as the other guys said and reset the CMOS, either by moving/removing a jumper by the battery (looks like a small coin) or removing the battery when powered off


+1. No need for drama. Should be simples.
#13
Cheers will try and do it tonight. If it doesnt work I will remove the jumper,just tried another monitor so defo not that. Has anyone got a picture of the jumper so I can make sure it is that? Thanks. Will give u all rep once my pc is back working
#14
Done, it thanks everyone! removed the battery on the motherboard. Couldnt just plug the video adaptor onto another port as all my video output ports are on the same graphics card!

Repped
#15
kiwinator
Done, it thanks everyone! removed the battery on the motherboard. Couldnt just plug the video adaptor onto another port as all my video output ports are on the same graphics card!

Repped


Nice one - now stay out of the BIOS !! :-D
#16
Yeh, im normally good sorting stuff out in bios but one wrong click and it goes all tits up! At least it is done now :)
#17
tallpete33;8160351
Nice one - now stay out of the BIOS !! :-D

Another bumper sticker is born. :thumbsup:
#18
chillyyyy
ur mother board wont reconise the monitor now u,ll have to install a new monitor with drivers


i love people who try and help but don't have a single clue what they're on about!

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