Am I going to hit a dead end if I reformat?

Jun 17, 2018
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I bought a used dx-4860. It has gtx-660 graphics card in it. The onboard hdmi port doesnt send a signal but the dvi on the graphics card does. Is this a setting in the bios? If I reformat will I get signal from the hdmi port untill I install the driver for graphics card? Im afraid if I reformat ill lose the dvi output with no driver and if its a setting in the bios the hdmi will remain dead and ill have no way to get in the bios. Does this make sense?
 

hang-the-9

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No you should not lose the signal from the video card, yes it is normal for the onboard video not to work if there is a video card installed. If for some reason you don't get an image, just remove the video card and install it again once the Windows setup is done.
 
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