OS: Windows 10 1803
I have 4 monitors connected. How does my machine decide which monitor to display boot up information on?
Why, the first one, of course!
[Sorry, I couldn't help myself. If ever there was a prompt for a one-liner, there it was.]
The answer is - it isn't identified. The historical BIOS parameter that was used to specify this (or Auto) is not supported in the HN BIOS. The Technical Product Specification does not mention this either. I am querying the support and development teams for this information...
The only reason I asked really is because I use three displays, one of which I use in portrait mode.
So no prizes for guessing which display the NUC decides to boot up on, lol.
So when I enter the Visual BIOS I am fighting with a display at 90 degrees, and a mouse cursor that doesn't understand that.
Guess I'll just have to turn that monitor off if I want to go BIOSing.... :)