Windows does not boot instantly after Motherboard screen


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    windows 10 pro
       #1

    Windows does not boot instantly after Motherboard screen


    hey everyone,
    my windows 10 pro is installed on my NVME SSD and when i bootup my pc it goes like this:
    1. motherboard screen
    2. everything loses conection to the pc (screen, mice, keyboard).
    3.wait 30https://youtu.be/AdV1ltOM6Kw secs with everything off
    4. instantly shows windows home screen without even loading.

    video of the problem: PC wont boot instantly - YouTube

    thanks for the help
      My Computer

  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 24,504
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 2004
       #2

    Hi InBarak. Welcome to the TenForums @InBarak

    Please check your boot order in your BIOS?

    When did this start?

    What changes were made just before this started, hardware, software or other?

    Have you made any changes in BIOS?


    Ken
      My Computer

  3. Bree's Avatar
    Posts : 19,275
    10 Home x64 (20H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #3

    InBarak said:
    my windows 10 pro is installed on my NVME SSD and when i bootup my pc it goes like this:
    1. motherboard screen
    2. everything loses conection to the pc (screen, mice, keyboard).
    3.wait 30 secs with everything off
    4. instantly shows windows home screen without even loading.

    video of the problem: PC wont boot instantly - YouTube
    Watch the video carefully, look at the rotating dots beneath the m/board logo at your step 1. They are the BootStatusIndicator* and are showing you that Windows has already started loading. The m/board logo is replacing the generic 'blue window' BootLogo*, Dell is another OEM that puts their own logo on the boot screen in place of the 'window'. Everything from Step 1 on is part of the normal Windows boot sequence.


    * see here for a screenshot of the boot screen and its components: Unbranded Boot | Microsoft Docs
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