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Hey guys, how would i enable the graphics on my i5?

#1coolpal23Posted 9/2/2013 10:42:04 PM
I think my friend who built my machine for me turned it off for whatever reason, and would like it turned back on.

Here's my motherboard:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131837

I've googled a bit on how to enable the Hd4000, but I've had really bad luck.

Can someone link to me a set of instructions?

Or better yet, tell me how to do it really quick?
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#2Madmicky933Posted 9/2/2013 10:52:03 PM
Go to your BIOS when you boot your PC and you can enable it in there.
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#3coolpal23(Topic Creator)Posted 9/2/2013 10:54:49 PM
Madmicky933 posted...
Go to your BIOS when you boot your PC and you can enable it in there.


Well...Yea i know it's somewhere in the BIOS.
My question is, where in the Bios would i change it?
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#4kobalobasileusPosted 9/2/2013 10:56:31 PM
coolpal23 posted...
Madmicky933 posted...
Go to your BIOS when you boot your PC and you can enable it in there.


Well...Yea i know it's somewhere in the BIOS.
My question is, where in the Bios would i change it?


BIOS varies from brand to brand and board to board. You'll need to look for instructions for your specific piece of hardware.
#5coolpal23(Topic Creator)Posted 9/2/2013 11:00:01 PM(edited)
kobalobasileus posted...
coolpal23 posted...
Madmicky933 posted...
Go to your BIOS when you boot your PC and you can enable it in there.


Well...Yea i know it's somewhere in the BIOS.
My question is, where in the Bios would i change it?


BIOS varies from brand to brand and board to board. You'll need to look for instructions for your specific piece of hardware.


I don't mean to be rude, but i already said in the OP that i googled around a bit already.
I guess im asking if someone with this board already knows.
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#6JavelinPosted 9/2/2013 11:23:48 PM
RTFM
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#7Knight2520Posted 9/2/2013 11:29:06 PM
Boot into your BIOS and look around. It's not hard. No changes are saved unless you specifically tell the BIOS to save changes when you exit.
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#8GreenMage7Posted 9/2/2013 11:29:31 PM
On Asus boards, they generally have an interface in the BIOS where you can go to "Advanced Settings".

If your board has it, click that and go into "System Agent Configuration" and set "iGPU Multi-Monitor" to enabled. Then you should make sure you update the graphics drivers.

If that's the problem, you could have figured it out by reading your motherboard manual. They package them with the board for a reason. I know that sounds mean but really you should read it.
#9DragnfyrPosted 9/2/2013 11:30:21 PM(edited)
You can just dig around in the BIOS. The option to turn it on or off should be pretty clearly labelled. Also remember to plug your monitor cable into the motherboard l's output port and not your video card's port.
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#10TimePharaohPosted 9/2/2013 11:31:36 PM
You enable it by turning it on

You're welcome.
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