I have a Cicero system that has an integrated video card/graphics controller. It's a Via Tech VT 8361Vt 8601. At least that is what it says in my system panel. Anyway, I just got a new ATI Radeon 7000(don't laugh, it was cheap and it has got to be better than the integrated 8meg thing). I read that I had to disable the old integrated card before I could install the new one. I asked the salesman at Futureshop and he basically just told me to pay for them to install it. I said I would rather do it myself and just need to know how to disable the old one. I figured they would know how as it is the same store we got the computer. So, he tells me that he can't explain it in detail as it's pretty complicated but he could give me a quick overview. He said that I had to disable it in the BIOS and then remove it in the control panel. That was it. Well, I get home and look in the BIOS settings and can not find anything that has to do with an integrated video card. So I took the plunge and threw in the new one anyway hoping I could fix things afterward. Well, I put the card in and booted everything up and I got the new hardware window and then everything froze.I tried to do this a few times and even went into safe mode to try and get things going in there. Every time I would reboot the new hardware thing would come up even though I had already installed the driver. So, I removed the ATI driver and removed the card and put everything back the way it was just so I could use the computer. I am running Windows ME if that makes a difference. Anyway my whole point is, does anyone know how I would disable my integrated video card so that I can install my new one? Sorry about the extremely long post.