[SOLVED] How do I enable my Intergrated graphic to connect my external monitor?

justicnino

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Hello dear forum,

So recently I decited to buy a new monitor and connect it to my intergrated gpu but I also have an another monitor connected to my external gpu (gtx 1050ti) and I was wondering how can I enable intergrated graphics if I already have a external gpu.
Do I have to go to bios?
I have a fm288m extreme 4+ asrock motherboard.
And I cant find a setting to enable it.
Thanks!
 

Phillip Corcoran

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On many motherboards, when a PCI/PCIe graphics card is detected, the integrated GPU is disabled automatically to avoid driver & resource conflicts.
Some boards allow you to use both at the same time, but if the relevant option isn't in the BIOS settings then you can't.

You must therefore connect both monitors to your 1050Ti, using appropriate port adapters if necessary.
 

justicnino

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Yea but i dont have a vga connector on my gpu thats the problem
 

Phillip Corcoran

Titan
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On many motherboards, when a PCI/PCIe graphics card is detected, the integrated GPU is disabled automatically to avoid driver & resource conflicts.
Some boards allow you to use both at the same time, but if the relevant option isn't in the BIOS settings then you can't.

You must therefore connect both monitors to your 1050Ti, using appropriate port adapters if necessary.
 

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