Boot Graphic Adapter Priority

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Boot Graphic Adapter Priority

Option name:

Boot Graphic Adapter Priority

Possible values of an option:

[PEG], [PCI]
Or, for motherboards with an integrated drawing,
[PEG/IGD], [PCI/IGD], [IGD]

The option description:

The majority of computers carry "onboard" the unique videocard or use the graphic kernel integrated into a chipset. Naturally, in this case there are no questions, on what monitor it is necessary to deduce the information at loading. Another matter when in the computer it is installed two and more videocards for support of a multimonitor configuration (or besides the integrated graphic kernel the discrete videocard is used). The given option just also defines, what of videocards will be initialized by the first and begins to be used for an output of messages at computer loading: or connected to specialized bus PCI Express 16x ([PEG] or [PEG/IGD]), or the first of connected to bus PCI ([PCI] or [PCI/IGD]), or the integrated graphic kernel ([IGD]) will be involved.

The unique videocard connected to the specialized bus (in this case — PCI Express 16x) or is normally used, at its absence, the integrated graphic kernel.

Other options identical to destination:

Booting Graphic Adapter Priority

Graphic Adapter Priority

Init Display First

Init. Graphic Adapter Priority

Initiate Graphic Adapter

Primary Display Adapter

Primary Graphics Adapter

Primary VGA BIOS

Primary Video Adapter

Primary Video Device

VGA BIOS Sequence

VGA Boot From

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