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I'm wondering is there anyway to install Windows and Linux without built-in graphic driver?

as we know, in progress of installation of Windows or Linux, they try to recognize your graphic card and if your driver wasn't on their list, the system booting via standard VGA

I want to know is there anyway to force Windows and specially Linux to don't recognize graphic card by default and booting via standard VGA ???

for example my graphic card is intel i945gm, and I want to install Windows 7 as standard VGA or Linux Blackbuntu
Can I modify the iso file?
P.S I want to do that in the installation progress not after that !!!

Thnx for your advice !!!

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What distro of Linux please? –  Ben Lavender Aug 17 '13 at 15:25

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