Can't find chipset options on MSI motherboard.

My motherboard is MSI 760GM-P23(FX). When I go into the BIOS, it shows me everything but chipset options. Am I blind or do I need to install something extra?

Follow up question, the chipset options should contain the option to turn on motherboard graphics, right?
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  1. Not sure what your looking for as to the chipset. The onboard video probably works depending on if you have a video card installed. If your looking for the latest chipset drives for windows get those on AMD's site.
    http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/desktop/legacy?product=legacy4&os=Windows%2010%20-%2064
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  2. elbert said:
    Not sure what your looking for as to the chipset. The onboard video probably works depending on if you have a video card installed. If your looking for the latest chipset drives for windows get those on AMD's site.
    http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/desktop/legacy?product=legacy4&os=Windows%2010%20-%2064


    This is what i see when i boot into bios.
    I don't see any chipset options, which would allow me to enable onboard graphics.
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  3. Unplug your PC. Take any video card out and take out motherboard battery for 5 minutes. That will reset the motherboard back to default which will make any onboard video enabled.
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  4. elbert said:
    Unplug your PC. Take any video card out and take out motherboard battery for 5 minutes. That will reset the motherboard back to default which will make any onboard video enabled.


    I need to enable onboard and my graphics card at the same time. That's why, initially i asked how to find the chipset settings.
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  5. Probably doesn't have any settings in bios. All you can do is install the latest drivers and reset the bios to enable everything. Plug up a monitor to the motherboard video output. If it doesn't work then it automatically disables when you have a video card. Many of those when you add a dedicated video card, you are bypassing the on-board graphics and telling your computer to use the installed card. Mostly only the newer onboard video works while a card is installed due to they are on the CPU/APU.
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