Help me think outside the box and fix this boot problem of mine

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  1. kkorotev's Avatar
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       #1

    Help me think outside the box and fix this boot problem of mine


    I can not get to my Bios/UEFI settings/Boot Order*.
    No F# repeated keystroke works.
    SHIFT/Re-start hangs up when I choose "...UEFI settings"
    Someone said I can't get there is "Fast Boot" (or somesuch nomenclature) is enabled...but I have to get IN THERE to turn it off!

    Thoughts?
    Kevin


    *The inability to manipulate boot order is the most critical issue.
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  2. Posts : 33
    Windows 64 bit, processor based 64bit, linux
       #2

    In my Bios Uefi Settings <<-- is as it called, there's two variants, The network stack configuration, and enable/disable uefi boot. The boot order in my bios is outside of the uefi settings, similar thought came to me with the fast boot(I can't remember for what was it... :P)Whatever! Try what I told you serach the ip4 or ip6 boot order in the boot settings if you're looking for that! That's what I can help you!
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  3. kkorotev's Avatar
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    Thread Starter
       #3

    Please re-read my post. I can't GET TO the boot order list.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #4

    Open notepad and paste this in:

    shutdown /r /fw /t 0

    Save as BIOS Boot.bat then right click run as admin.

    It means: shutdown type restart- firmware(BIOS/UEFI)- timeout zero seconds
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  5. Posts : 33
    Windows 64 bit, processor based 64bit, linux
       #5

    Re


    Now I understand, I think I had the same problem before time, I think long ago, not sure. I think that with system bootable flash could solve the problem as well in a moment or in a way, but I'm not sure!
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  6. kkorotev's Avatar
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       #6

    Cliff,
    Man, that sounded good. Didn't work.
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  7. Posts : 33
    Windows 64 bit, processor based 64bit, linux
       #7

    Are you having problem starting your system/finding hard drive??
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #8

    kkorotev said:
    Cliff,
    Man, that sounded good. Didn't work.
    Sorry to hear it didn't work.
    I got that one from @essenbe, our forums overclocking godfather, and have it on four PCs and it always worked.

    Have you already tried spamming the delete key during POST?
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  9. kkorotev's Avatar
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       #9

    Cliff,
    Don't understand this:
    "spamming the delete key during POST"
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #10

    When you restart, and the PC shuts down and then restarts, start repeatedly pressing(don't hold down) the delete key constantly when the spinning circle starts..
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