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Solution

Description:
How to install another video card (includes disabling the on-board
video)? PCV 70 90
Solution:
This solution is broken into three sections:

I. IMPORTANT NOTES (READ FIRST)
II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)
III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Please read the information below carefully.


I. IMPORTANT NOTES:

1. It is your responsibility to install and setup the new video card.

2. If the operating system does not have the appropriate video drivers
for your new video card you will have to contact the maker of the video
card for operating system compatible drivers.


II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)

BEFORE installing the video card, check your BIOS version and upgrade to
the latest BIOS version if applicable.

1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to MEDI-Kit and click MEDI-Kit
Interface.

2. Under DMI Compliant Component, click Intel PC System Description.

3. Click the System BIOS tab.

4. Check next to version for the BIOS version. The BIOS version will
look like 1.00.XX.DD04. The XX is the version number. Hence, if the
version is listed as 1.00.04.DD04, then the BIOS is version 04.

NOTE: As of 2/16/99, the latest BIOS update for PCV 70 90 is version
10.

5. Go the Sony web site at:

http://www.ita.sel.sony.com/support/pc/

6. Click Software Updates.

7. Read and accept the License Agreement.

8. Click the link for PCV 70, PCV 90.

9. Scroll through the entries for BIOS Updates. Download the BIOS
update if it is newer than the one currently installed on your system.

10. Follow the instructions in the accompanying text file to download
and install the BIOS update.


III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Follow the instructions below to disable the on-board video. Steps are
available for both Windows 95 and Windows 98.

Windows 95:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click to remove the checkmark from Original Configuration (Current).

8. Click OK to accept the change.

9. Click NO to NOT restart the system.

10. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 11.


11. Click Start, and click Shutdown.

12. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

13. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.


The following instructions should be used to disable the ATI graphics
chip set models PCV 70 90 with Windows 98.

Windows 98:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click the Settings tab.

8. Click the Factory Defaults button.

9. At Factory Defaults window, click OK.

10. At the Factory Defaults have been restored to defaults message,
click OK.

11. At the ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4) (DirectDraw) box, click OK.

12. At the System Settings Change prompt, click NO to NOT restart.

13. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. Let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 14.


14. Click Start and click Shutdown.

15. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

16. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.

Solution

Description:
How to install another video card (includes disabling the on-board
video)? PCV 70 90
Solution:
This solution is broken into three sections:

I. IMPORTANT NOTES (READ FIRST)
II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)
III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Please read the information below carefully.


I. IMPORTANT NOTES:

1. It is your responsibility to install and setup the new video card.

2. If the operating system does not have the appropriate video drivers
for your new video card you will have to contact the maker of the video
card for operating system compatible drivers.


II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)

BEFORE installing the video card, check your BIOS version and upgrade to
the latest BIOS version if applicable.

1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to MEDI-Kit and click MEDI-Kit
Interface.

2. Under DMI Compliant Component, click Intel PC System Description.

3. Click the System BIOS tab.

4. Check next to version for the BIOS version. The BIOS version will
look like 1.00.XX.DD04. The XX is the version number. Hence, if the
version is listed as 1.00.04.DD04, then the BIOS is version 04.

NOTE: As of 2/16/99, the latest BIOS update for PCV 70 90 is version
10.

5. Go the Sony web site at:

http://www.ita.sel.sony.com/support/pc/

6. Click Software Updates.

7. Read and accept the License Agreement.

8. Click the link for PCV 70, PCV 90.

9. Scroll through the entries for BIOS Updates. Download the BIOS
update if it is newer than the one currently installed on your system.

10. Follow the instructions in the accompanying text file to download
and install the BIOS update.


III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Follow the instructions below to disable the on-board video. Steps are
available for both Windows 95 and Windows 98.

Windows 95:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click to remove the checkmark from Original Configuration (Current).

8. Click OK to accept the change.

9. Click NO to NOT restart the system.

10. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 11.


11. Click Start, and click Shutdown.

12. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

13. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.


The following instructions should be used to disable the ATI graphics
chip set models PCV 70 90 with Windows 98.

Windows 98:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click the Settings tab.

8. Click the Factory Defaults button.

9. At Factory Defaults window, click OK.

10. At the Factory Defaults have been restored to defaults message,
click OK.

11. At the ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4) (DirectDraw) box, click OK.

12. At the System Settings Change prompt, click NO to NOT restart.

13. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. Let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 14.


14. Click Start and click Shutdown.

15. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

16. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.

Solution

Description:
How to install another video card (includes disabling the on-board
video)? PCV 70 90
Solution:
This solution is broken into three sections:

I. IMPORTANT NOTES (READ FIRST)
II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)
III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Please read the information below carefully.


I. IMPORTANT NOTES:

1. It is your responsibility to install and setup the new video card.

2. If the operating system does not have the appropriate video drivers
for your new video card you will have to contact the maker of the video
card for operating system compatible drivers.


II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)

BEFORE installing the video card, check your BIOS version and upgrade to
the latest BIOS version if applicable.

1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to MEDI-Kit and click MEDI-Kit
Interface.

2. Under DMI Compliant Component, click Intel PC System Description.

3. Click the System BIOS tab.

4. Check next to version for the BIOS version. The BIOS version will
look like 1.00.XX.DD04. The XX is the version number. Hence, if the
version is listed as 1.00.04.DD04, then the BIOS is version 04.

NOTE: As of 2/16/99, the latest BIOS update for PCV 70 90 is version
10.

5. Go the Sony web site at:

http://www.ita.sel.sony.com/support/pc/

6. Click Software Updates.

7. Read and accept the License Agreement.

8. Click the link for PCV 70, PCV 90.

9. Scroll through the entries for BIOS Updates. Download the BIOS
update if it is newer than the one currently installed on your system.

10. Follow the instructions in the accompanying text file to download
and install the BIOS update.


III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Follow the instructions below to disable the on-board video. Steps are
available for both Windows 95 and Windows 98.

Windows 95:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click to remove the checkmark from Original Configuration (Current).

8. Click OK to accept the change.

9. Click NO to NOT restart the system.

10. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 11.


11. Click Start, and click Shutdown.

12. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

13. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.


The following instructions should be used to disable the ATI graphics
chip set models PCV 70 90 with Windows 98.

Windows 98:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click the Settings tab.

8. Click the Factory Defaults button.

9. At Factory Defaults window, click OK.

10. At the Factory Defaults have been restored to defaults message,
click OK.

11. At the ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4) (DirectDraw) box, click OK.

12. At the System Settings Change prompt, click NO to NOT restart.

13. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. Let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 14.


14. Click Start and click Shutdown.

15. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

16. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.

Solution

Description:
How to install another video card (includes disabling the on-board
video)? PCV 70 90
Solution:
This solution is broken into three sections:

I. IMPORTANT NOTES (READ FIRST)
II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)
III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Please read the information below carefully.


I. IMPORTANT NOTES:

1. It is your responsibility to install and setup the new video card.

2. If the operating system does not have the appropriate video drivers
for your new video card you will have to contact the maker of the video
card for operating system compatible drivers.


II. CHECK BIOS VERSION (UPGRADE IF APPLICABLE)

BEFORE installing the video card, check your BIOS version and upgrade to
the latest BIOS version if applicable.

1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to MEDI-Kit and click MEDI-Kit
Interface.

2. Under DMI Compliant Component, click Intel PC System Description.

3. Click the System BIOS tab.

4. Check next to version for the BIOS version. The BIOS version will
look like 1.00.XX.DD04. The XX is the version number. Hence, if the
version is listed as 1.00.04.DD04, then the BIOS is version 04.

NOTE: As of 2/16/99, the latest BIOS update for PCV 70 90 is version
10.

5. Go the Sony web site at:

http://www.ita.sel.sony.com/support/pc/

6. Click Software Updates.

7. Read and accept the License Agreement.

8. Click the link for PCV 70, PCV 90.

9. Scroll through the entries for BIOS Updates. Download the BIOS
update if it is newer than the one currently installed on your system.

10. Follow the instructions in the accompanying text file to download
and install the BIOS update.


III. DISABLE ON-BOARD VIDEO

Follow the instructions below to disable the on-board video. Steps are
available for both Windows 95 and Windows 98.

Windows 95:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click to remove the checkmark from Original Configuration (Current).

8. Click OK to accept the change.

9. Click NO to NOT restart the system.

10. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 11.


11. Click Start, and click Shutdown.

12. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

13. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.


The following instructions should be used to disable the ATI graphics
chip set models PCV 70 90 with Windows 98.

Windows 98:

1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2. Double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Double-click the Display Adapters entry.

5. Click to highlight ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4)(DirectDraw).

6. Click the Properties button.

7. Click the Settings tab.

8. Click the Factory Defaults button.

9. At Factory Defaults window, click OK.

10. At the Factory Defaults have been restored to defaults message,
click OK.

11. At the ATI mach64 PCI (macxw4) (DirectDraw) box, click OK.

12. At the System Settings Change prompt, click NO to NOT restart.

13. Follow the subprocedure below to change the video display to
Standard Display Adapter (VGA).


Subprocedure:

A. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

B. Double-click the Display icon.

C. Click the Settings tab.

D. Click the Change Display Type button.

E. Next to Adapter type, click the Change button.

F. Click to select Show All Devices.

G. At the top left, click to highlight Standard Display Types.

H. At the top right, click to highlight Standard Display Adapter (VGA).

I. At the Select Device box, click the OK button.

J. At the Change Display type box, click the Close button.

K. At the Display Properties box, click Close.

L. Click Yes to restart the system. Let the system boot back up.
Continue to step 14.


14. Click Start and click Shutdown.

15. Select Shutdown and click Yes.

16. Once the system is shutdown, unplug it. The new video graphics
card may now be physically installed.

Solution

Description:
How to install another video card (includes disabling the on-board
video)? PCV 70 90
Solution:
This solution is broken into three sections:

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