Desktop HP Pavilion 500-223w: upgrading my video card

I have a desktop HP Pavilion 500-223w with integrated graphics card intel. I want to install a 3d ready geforce graphics card in the pci expansion slot. How can I disable the integrated video card? I went to the bios Setup, but has not seen something on the video card.

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Hello:

When you add a video card in this model, the integrated graphics card is automatically disabled as it is on most of today's desktop PCs.

If your PC came with the factory W10, you need to change two other BIOS settings.

See this guide for what settings change... This applies to every PC comes with Windows 8 or newer installed.

http://support.HP.com/us-en/document/c03653200/

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