We have a client running a couple old gt7725 thin clients, and we have been pushing all of our clients to ThinPro 5.2. ThinPro 5.x does not support Radeon HD 2000/3000/4000 series chips. The onboard video is a Radeon HD 3200. This means that when the client boots, it tries to enable the onboard video and fails, leaving a black screen. Fortunately this client has this model because they have FirePro 2460 add-on cards, for up to 4 monitors. Normally ThinPro can use both the on-board and add-on cards, providing up to 6 monitors in this case. All we need to do is disable the on-board video and ThinPro will use the add-on card without modification. The next problem is that the on-board video can not be disable in the BIOS, and Debian has no native method of disabling a PCI device.
The solution is simple, add a udev rule so that when udev recognizes the on-board video card it executes a script that disables the card. Just create a file in