08-25-2008 12:42 PM
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08-25-2008 09:49 PM
John I thought of that and was ready to do this but... If for some reason windows does not see the new port then my fear would be the system would then be DOA. Thus the question on the jumper. Thanks for the reply since that should work but I would prefer to go the route of the jumper if possible. Since then I can switch back if any problems
08-26-2008 05:39 AM
The integrated video should work with your card.
Does your model have an AGP port or are you using a PCI video card like me?
BTW, the onboard video supports dual screens too. You just need to update the video driver.
here is the driver
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08-26-2008 05:50 AM
under Peripheral Setup
select init. graphics adaptor priority
for an add-on card
use the :
08-26-2008 06:15 AM
I had already found the bios setting details by looking at the F10 utility reference in the HP manual available on-line. I referenced this in my original post. Hopefully someone will reply with the jumper settings.
08-26-2008 06:16 AM
The onboard video is NOT dual capable unless you have the AGP port.
The D220 has 2 possible MOB's one with the AGP and one without.
I added a Nvidia 6200 PCI that has dual on it though and I am able to use all 3 monitors with this setup.