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I recently installed a second graphics card on my computer so that I could have a dual-monitor setup. But when I start my computer, the second graphics card gets booted first. Is there any way to change this so that the card the was originally installed get booted first instead?

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Depending on what interface you are using for the cards (PCI-E, AGP, etc) your BIOS may contain settings for prioritizing one slot over the other.

If all else fails, switch the physical location of the cards in the motherboard :)

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Most BIOSes for motherboards with an onboard hard have an option where you can pick onboard, PCI, or PCIe.

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