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Sorry I haven't been around much lately, I have been concentrating my company and improving my product so I have been spending most of my time on the computer over at a video forum reading their stuff. I haven't forgoten about you and will be back as active as I was soon.

I do have question I desperately need help with. I want to use color, I use to use it extensively and haven't had a need for it in a while. The problem is that since I used it last I added a graphics card, but color can not run on systems with more then one graphics card and pulling the card every time I want to boot color doesn't make sense to me. Is there a way, terminal, software, or widget that would allow me to turn off the extra card so color can boot?

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