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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #11

    essenbe said:
    If you have a button on the case, my X99 board has a bios connector. I have never used it, but I think it's there. If you don't have one you could save this to notepad and save it as BIOS.bat and it will reboot straight to bios, just run as Admin.
    Code:
    shutdown /r /fw /t 0
    Thanks Steve.
    I created a shortcut for it, and set it to run as admin.

    I have an additional reset button, but it just does the normal reboot, and not straight into BIOS, and I need to spam del or F12.
    With your bat file, I won't need to now:)
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       #12

    I use it all the time Cliff. It works great. If you change the 0 on the t 0 to some other number, it will start later, or just not put in the t o. The default time is 1 minute, I believe. Some people prefer the 1 minute to give them time to close everything.
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #13

    essenbe said:
    I use it all the time Cliff. It works great. If you change the 0 on the t 0 to some other number, it will start later, or just not put in the t o. The default time is 1 minute, I believe. Some people prefer the 1 minute to give them time to close everything.
    Thanks, I'm in the habit of closing things I am not using anyhow.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #14

    I had to make an icon for it Steve

    This is the iconROG BIO Restart.zip


    this is what it looks like
    Asus Z370 Maximus X Motherboards-rog-bios-restart-png.png
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  5. essenbe's Avatar
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       #15

    Got it. Thanks Cliff.
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  6. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #16

    essenbe said:
    Got it. Thanks Cliff.
    You're welcome Steve:)
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       #17

    Cliff S said:
    New Aura update today:

    Version 1.05.38
    2018/02/2736.8 MBytes
    ASUS AURA
    Read the FAQ

    Changelog:
    Can install and run on laptops and any PC platform
    Can run with only Aura Sync peripherals
    Update Aura desktop logo
    Increase the support number of Addressable LED to 120 for each Addressable header
    Improve system stability
    Improve and adjust effect settings
    Add multi-language support
    for Windows 7 32-bit & 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit (support depends on CPU)
    I haven’t done much with the motherboard bios settings yet
    Is this something worth installing and playing around with? :)
    Thanks


    https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards...Desk_Download/
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  8. Kol12's Avatar
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       #18

    The Asus Aura software is rather lacking. No custom profile saving? No minimize to task bar?

    This could be a profile solution but I have not tried it myself yet.

    Multi-Profile for ASUS AURA Pascal Roeleven

    Does Aura require addressable LED strips to take full advantage of Aura effects?
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  9. Kol12's Avatar
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       #19

    What's the advantage in booting straight to the Bios vs a normal reset? A time/wait reduction?
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #20

    Kol12 said:
    What's the advantage in booting straight to the Bios vs a normal reset? A time/wait reduction?
    When were benchmarking, and wanting to adjust the overclocks, it's just "easier".
    You don't need to spam the delete key the whole time.
    Also if you have different BIOS profiles set you want to change between.
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