[SOLVED] how to switch to onboard graphics?

Aug 31, 2020
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my GPU recently was damaged and i will change when GPU prices go down.In the meanwhile i need to use the intregated graphics on the CPU.
i am a rookie so a detailed explanation on how to change into CPU integrated graphics will be appreciated.

my CPU-I5 6500
my Motherboard-ASUS H110M-A
and my monitor uses VGA
 
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Oct 9, 2020
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unplug your gpu from the motherboard, and plug your monitor cable (vga) to your motherboard slot

if you want to change in bios menu
unplug your gpu first , different manufacture , different menu
but generally it is in cpu section or second/third tab in bios
find it one by one, its name will be : primary / pci / pcie / onboard, change it to onboard

if you already changed it, you can put back your gpu back, and let motherboard gives display for your monitor (make sure your connect the cable to the motherboard slot (vga))
 
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could you tell what settings?
it is not automatically switching
The instructions don’t go into that detail and I don’t have a motherboard with an ASUS BIOS. I would say you need to go into advanced settings and just look for something labelled display/integrated. It’s very unlikely you would cause any problems and if you did you can just clear CMOS to reset the BIOS.
 
Oct 9, 2020
17
2
25
2
unplug your gpu from the motherboard, and plug your monitor cable (vga) to your motherboard slot

if you want to change in bios menu
unplug your gpu first , different manufacture , different menu
but generally it is in cpu section or second/third tab in bios
find it one by one, its name will be : primary / pci / pcie / onboard, change it to onboard

if you already changed it, you can put back your gpu back, and let motherboard gives display for your monitor (make sure your connect the cable to the motherboard slot (vga))
 
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