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Issue with my Gigabyte Z77X-ID5H WiFi and GPU.

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  1. cookiemonster

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    Hi I finished installing windows 7 in my new build and I noticed it was using onboard graphics so I went into the BIOS and turned of the onboard graphics thinking on reboot it would plck up my graphics card but all I got was a black screen, how do I get back into the bios to change it.

    Gigabyte Z77X-ID5H WiFi.
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Reset the CMOS.
     
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    Hi Frick thanks I thought it was that now I just have to find out how to turn of the onboard graphics properly.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    YOu need to set "PEG" as first display device(PEG = Pci Express Graphics), and then disable the iGPU.
     
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    Hi cadaveca, when i went into the bios i found Primary PEG and it was set to AUTO, when i clicked it it read

    Auto
    PEG11
    PEG12
    PEG60

    which one do i click
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Auto should work fine.

    PEG11 is probably the first slot, but anyway, BIOS should be able to detect card in place, and output video signal there.
     
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