Slow performance inside Bios

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  1. AddRAM's Avatar
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       2 Weeks Ago #21

    You don`t need a fast Bios, you need to take your time in there, and make sure everything is how you want it.
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  2.    2 Weeks Ago #22

    winactive said: View Post
    Google some terminology if you don't understand my reply. And actually, if that IS over your head then the last thing you should do is faff with the BIOS. Take it to a local repair shop and explain the problem.
    I wanna fix it by myself. I'm using only usb devices. Not using bluetooth things.
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  3.    2 Weeks Ago #23

    winactive said: View Post
    Google some terminology if you don't understand my reply. And actually, if that IS over your head then the last thing you should do is faff with the BIOS. Take it to a local repair shop and explain the problem.
    Why not explain what you mean rather than have the OP go chasing things he doesn't understand to begin with ?

    Most members are here to help solve problems within the forum, not make the OP's local shop rich.
    Why suggest such things like this ?
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  4. Berton's Avatar
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       2 Weeks Ago #24

    What I'm getting out of all this based upon the newness of the computer is that the OP is not directly interacting with the BIOS but through an interface-type program within Windows. That's a relative new innovation of the last 4 or 5 years, only computer I have with it provided by the vendor ASUS is 2 years old. There are a lot of things in that interface one can play with, it's just a program like the ones the OP mentioned were also slow. It all adds up to some issue with the software either installed in Windows or Windows itself. I'd certainly start with Windows Defender and the Offline scan to check for rootkits, trojans, etc., then after its reboot run a Full Scan. But then I could be way off-base, can't say much more until seeing the computer first-hand.
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  5.    2 Weeks Ago #25

    Berton said: View Post
    What I'm getting out of all this based upon the newness of the computer is that the OP is not directly interacting with the BIOS but through an interface-type program within Windows. That's a relative new innovation of the last 4 or 5 years, only computer I have with it provided by the vendor ASUS is 2 years old. There are a lot of things in that interface one can play with, it's just a program like the ones the OP mentioned were also slow. It all adds up to some issue with the software either installed in Windows or Windows itself. I'd certainly start with Windows Defender and the Offline scan to check for rootkits, trojans, etc., then after its reboot run a Full Scan. But then I could be way off-base, can't say much more until seeing the computer first-hand.
    The windows was clean installed like 2 days ago, so don't think it's the issue.
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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       2 Weeks Ago #26

    dejwiu said: View Post
    I don't see this thread in drivers and hardware yet. Is it done?
    Hello,

    It is now in "Drivers & Hardware".
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  7. Berton's Avatar
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       2 Weeks Ago #27

    dejwiu said: View Post
    The windows was clean installed like 2 days ago, so don't think it's the issue.
    That frequently works but not always.
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    rootkit at DuckDuckGo
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       2 Weeks Ago #28

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello,

    It is now in "Drivers & Hardware".
    tks
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  9.    2 Weeks Ago #29

    From what I've seen most of these "Shift on the fly" type BIOS don't work that well especially on the initial release. The board is still Revision 1 so it might be R2 or even R3 before it'd actually preform as expected. Best thing is to do what @winactive suggested and load optimized defaults. Might have to reset the HDD boot order but that's about it. If the OP is trying to overclock (?) there are better ways of doing that and it'd be a subject for another thread.
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  10.    2 Weeks Ago #30

    Bat 1 said: View Post
    From what I've seen most of these "Shift on the fly" type BIOS don't work that well especially on the initial release. The board is still Revision 1 so it might be R2 or even R3 before it'd actually preform as expected. Best thing is to do what @winactive suggested and load optimized defaults. Might have to reset the HDD boot order but that's about it. If the OP is trying to overclock (?) there are better ways of doing that and it'd be a subject for another thread.
    I loaded optimized defaults it's still the same. I don't want to overclock anything just want my computer to perform well.
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