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Re: Videocard no signal

in Marvin \ Video
If you disable on-board VGA chip then you shouldn't need to disable the IRQ as the disabled chip won't be generating any interrupts. On the other hand VGA IRQ is rarely used feature so it is almost always good idea to disable it even on the active card.

Re: Videocard no signal

in Marvin \ Video
Looks to me like your computer already has a VGA chip integrated on the motherboard. Thus you need to disable it if you want to use another VGA card in ISA slot. Often there is a jumper for it on the motherboard. Only one VGA card can be active. No need to install any drivers.

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