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      Seems archaic, yet it’s still the best for sharing BIOS screenshots with the only change that I’m using my phone to take the picture.

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        Might be potential in those devices that sit between a source and display. I don’t even know what they’re called. I saw a guy using one for PowerPoints off his laptop for a projector. It also let him freeze the displayed image while he did stuff on his laptop audience couldn’t see. I figure modern models might even do things like saving stuff on USB, online sync, photos every so many fractions of a second to catch a running process/activity, and so on.

        Have no idea since saw it long ago. Came back to mind when you mentioned BIOS’s with those fast-moving, loading screens. Could also even be useful as an add-on to diagnostics or repair software looking at video output similarly to how other tools look at CPU, disk, and network activity.