Changing display numbers


  1. Posts : 164
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    Changing display numbers


    I am not sure where to ask about this, but...........
    I have an Asus dual GTX 1060 and 2 monitors. #2 is connected to the DVI port and #1 is on the HDMI port.
    #2 is my default monitor. With Windows set to extend the monitors, when the system boots, the boot screen appears on monitor #1, then everything runs on #2.
    How can I make the boot screen appear on #2?

    I can find nothing in the NVidia control or Windows control to do that.
    I am assuming the reason #2 cannot be made #1 is that it is defined by the port it is plugged into.
    I am not talking about setting right/left monitor. I want identify to show 1 on my default monitor that now shows 2.

    Or I would be happy with making the boot screen show on #2.

    The MB is an MSI MPG x570 Gaming Plus.

    Previously, with my old MB, the boot appear on #2, so is it a MB issue?
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    ruggb said:
    I am not sure where to ask about this, but...........
    I have an Asus dual GTX 1060 and 2 monitors. #2 is connected to the DVI port and #1 is on the HDMI port.
    #2 is my default monitor. With Windows set to extend the monitors, when the system boots, the boot screen appears on monitor #1, then everything runs on #2.
    How can I make the boot screen appear on #2?

    I can find nothing in the NVidia control or Windows control to do that.
    I am assuming the reason #2 cannot be made #1 is that it is defined by the port it is plugged into.
    I am not talking about setting right/left monitor. I want identify to show 1 on my default monitor that now shows 2.

    Or I would be happy with making the boot screen show on #2.

    The MB is an MSI MPG x570 Gaming Plus.

    Previously, with my old MB, the boot appear on #2, so is it a MB issue?
    Swap the cables in back. (You may need an adapter)

    I just did it...

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