> Excitingly, your advice worked. However, now the problem is I cannot run the program
> I want to run (Stepmania). Itís giving me an error log. It seems that the computer is
> pulling the integrated graphics chipset instead of the arcade vga, despite the fact
> that I ran the install and it worked. I did download direct x as well. Unsure of how
> to proceed. I tried to get into the bios to change the settings to make it so the
> machine would ONLY use the arcadevga and not try to use the integrated video chip
> built into the motherboard but my bios is locked with a password, and I canít get
> into system settings to change the password because I get this message
I'm pretty sure that you can disable the on-board graphics in the BIOS settings. However, if it's password protected, you might have a problem. I don't know what to tell you about that. Is there a jumper on the motherboard to clear the BIOS settings?
Another possible option is to try to disable it in Windows. Go into Windows Device Manager (click the Start button and search for it), under the Display Adapters icon, do you see two adapters or just one? If you see two, you can right-click on the integrated Intel adapter and select "Disable" to disable it.
It might also be a problem with having RealVNC installed. I've seen more than one person have issues with video drivers and VNC.
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