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    BIOS displays on wrong Monitor

    I have a TV connected with HDMI and a Monitor connected with DVI. I want the BIOS to display on the Monitor, but it displays on the TV, even when I dont want to use it. Is there a way to change that? I have a ROG Strix 1050Ti

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    Mine does the same thing even if I change from DP2 to DP8 in bios makes no difference, quite annoying.

    Try changing the outputs on your gpu. Make the main monitor you want bios to display on the first output. Probably only works if you are utilizing the same type of connection on both monitors though. Ie displayport on both rather than HDMI on one & DP on the other.

    If anyone else has any solutions I'm all ears?
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