Short answer No. sorry
I got the same board, i dont see why u having that problem. There is a BIOS setting under "VIDEO Configuration" (i think thats the name). Well in there u set your preference for video boot up. I only see two choices - IGD (Onboard) OR PCI. The choice is clear, select IGD for default. If you cannot get it to automatically, boot to VGA then U got a VGA problem (or cable or monitor, of course). As I mentioned before, I have the SAME board, it boots striaght to VGA. It was even set to default to PCI. The board is supposed to boot to VGA by default, everything else is selectable OR simultaneous output. Hope this helps !