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    best way to replace onboard graphics with card?

    hi all. i have a mobo with onboard graphics and i would like to install a graphics card. whats the best way to do this without having any conflicts? i am running ubuntu 10.04 and the mobo is a zotac 9300 wifi.


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    Check your BIOS to see if the onboard can be disabled, if not, it should still work. Stick the new card in, hook everything up and reboot. Post any errors or trouble you run into.
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