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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #100

    You're most welcome Ken.

    If this is for a USB keyboard , double check to make sure you have a "Enable USB" type setting enabled in your UEFI firmware settings to see if that may help.

    In addition, you might also try using a different USB port, and restarting.
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       #101

    Great tutorial! I have been trying to get over an old driver problem, but the various MS etc forums that mention "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" never gave any clear ways of getting to the necessary option menu. But after reading this, I did it all within a few minutes. Now the Device Manager warnings are all gone and I can 'sniff' that the Solar cell inverter is alive and well .
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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       #102

    I'm glad it could help Tony.
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  4.    #103

    It seems "no GUI boot" has no effect, neither does OS boot info. Has anybody else tried these options in W10?
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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    becritical said: View Post
    It seems "no GUI boot" has no effect, neither does OS boot info. Has anybody else tried these options in W10?

    Hello,

    Did you mean "Boot log" instead of "OS boot info"?

    Enable or Disable Boot Log in Windows | Tutorials
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  6.    #105

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello,

    Did you mean "Boot log" instead of "OS boot info"?

    Enable or Disable Boot Log in Windows | Tutorials
    no :), I meant exactly what I wrote, the windows circle should not appear but it does.
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