Question Asus - disable VGA LED when no monitor connected

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I use my computer as a server that I ssh into. Unfortunately, if I start it without a monitor connected, the VGA LED on the motherboard stays on (white). If I connect a monitor for the boot, then it is fine. But every time I restart it, the light will come on again.

Is there a way to disable this LED? My motherboard is an Asus Prime Z390-A.

Thanks.
 

AllanGH

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Check the UEFI/BIOS section of your motherboard manual for any possible option to disable monitor detection; but, really, it's in a case. Just ignore the thing, or put a piece of electrical tape over the LED.
 
Jul 24, 2019
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Check the UEFI/BIOS section of your motherboard manual for any possible option to disable monitor detection; but, really, it's in a case. Just ignore the thing, or put a piece of electrical tape over the LED.
I just tried and couldn't find anything. It's in a case with a large glass window and it's a bright light. I will put electrical tape on it if I have to.
 

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