It is an intel dh57dd board. The graphics card I was using died and since it has onboard graphics figured I would save some money and use it. However, get the results I mentioned above.
Not sure where to set it to onboard. Bios is the last one offered in 2011. According to the manual if there is no board present in the PCIe slot then the onboard graphics should be enabled. Is there another place to enable it?
Al (Doc) is correct; Auto should be ok, but try changing it to Onboard if it doesn't seem to work using Auto (this is done with the same parameter).
What processor do you have installed?
How much memory do you have installed?
What is at the other end of the HDMI cable?
What are the other settings (for video memory, etc.; parameters are in same scene in BIOS Setup)?
What i5 processor? What memory? Part numbers, please.
It sounds like you might have a processor without graphics. That parameter should have had a choice for onboard. Not having this choice tells me BIOS did not detect any onboard (on chip) graphics.
Hi guys. Didn't forget you. As I said my graphics card died so I had to get another to just be able to view this message board, So the answer to the processor I have is an Intel I5 760 @2.8Hz. I used the Intel monitor software to get this info so I hope this helps. I did a little checking also and I don't think I have a processor with the graphics core. Probably wouldn't hurt to get one but since this is a LGA 1156 processor I'm limited to used most likely. Maybe you have a source for a replacement?
Thanks again for all your help it has been a learning experience.
That processor does not have graphics:
Source for a replacement? Try that auction site.
Compatible processors for your board: