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Gateway GM5478 Driver
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The GM Computer only supports 2. The GM features two on-board data caches for transferring information to and from the processor.
These caches are known Gateway GM5478 the L1 and L2 caches. The GM L1 cache is 64 kilobytes in size, while its L2 cache is rated at either one or two megabytes.
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In the case of most main chipsets, and probably in the case of your G33 Express main chipset, Gateway GM5478 you install a video card in a PCI-E slot, if the video card is detected properly and there's nothing wrong with it, the bios automatically Gateway GM5478 the onboard video, it stops sharing ram installed in the mboard with the onboard video, and it ignores any settings regarding that in the bios.
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Usually there is NO setting in the bios Setup of your mboard that you can change that actually disables the onboard video! The only exception I know of - Some recent and fairly recent main chipsets that have onboard video support "Hybrid video" - Intel, NVidia, and AMD all have some of those - both the onboard video and the video on a card installed in a PCI-E Gateway GM5478 mboard slot working at the same time. If the video chipset on the card in the slot is NOT supported by that feature, default bios settings MAY result in you Gateway GM5478 NO video from Gateway GM5478 card in the slot, yet the onboard video port is still producing video.
In that case you need to change at least one setting in the bios Setup to get video from the card in the mboard PCI-E X16 slot. If you have the monitor plugged into a video port for Gateway GM5478 video, there is no video being produced from that port when there is a video card installed in the Gateway GM5478 X16 slot.
Do you Gateway GM5478 the monitor plugged into the video port on a card in a card slot? If you have accidental dislodged the Gateway GM5478 card while you were fiddling around inside the case so that it's not all the way down in it's slot, you may get no video from the video card either. Make sure that it's all the way down in it's slot.
Did you unplug anything while you were fiddling around inside the case and forget Gateway GM5478 plug it back in? Most mboards require that two power sockets on the mboard have wiring connectors plugged Gateway GM5478 them that fill the sockets - a main 20 or 24 "pin" socket, Gateway GM5478 a 4 or 8 "pin" other socket. Your original video card that was installed in the PCI-E X16 slot MAY have this, or if you have installed a newer video card, some video cards have one or two 6 pin or 8 pin power sockets that MUST have wiring connectors from the power plugged into them that fill the sockets Did you unplug that those and forget to plug it them back in?