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Thread: Regular vga monitors vs USB monitor

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    Regular vga monitors vs USB monitor

    is there any disadvantages using a USB monitor, its think and looks easier to install but something tells me that it might be less responsive and won't be bale to go to the bios using it
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    correct. there is no way to enter bios with a usb monitor. every usb screen will not display anything until the OS loads. this is exactly why i do not like to see them as the primary monitor-- there is no way to see bios messages, post messages, or other pre-OS messages/errors...

    but, using them as secondary monitors for the kids in the back seat-- that is a different story-- they are cheap, and come in non-touch versions, which would work great in that application..

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