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15 Nov 2011  
Barman58

Windows 8.1 Pro x64 x2 + Windows 10, Ubuntu
 
 

It is normal practice for the on-board graphics chip to be disabled when a discrete card is discovered, some motherboards will have the option in the Bios to override this, (I have an ASROCK board that does), Also it is quite possible that the HDMI/DVI on the board is a hybrid and will not work together. Unless you have this option on the MB you are limited to either changing the board or sourcing a PCIe card that will fit the slots you have free, (possible but rare, and obviously limited in capabilities)


If the HDMI and DVi are both live on the motherboard then an adaptor may be an option ...

https://www.google.com/search?q=hdmi...&ved=0CKkBEK0E

Hope this helps ....
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