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could someone tell me what init display first means in the bios its set as AGP it was set as PCI but i changed it to AGP thanks nost.
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It means what Video Card will be initialized before the other. If you have two in your system but only one monitor, such as one AGP and one PCI, then this can effect what is displayed on the monitor. Since most people only have one video card this should always be set to what you have for optimal boot performance.
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i have AGP should init display first be set as AGP and if it is set as PCI would my computer run slow thanks nost
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If you have AGP it should be set to AGP, setting it to PCI will only effect boot speed but overall performance will be the same.
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thanks for the help. Do you know anymore ways of making my computer faster without buying upgrades thanks nost.
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