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  1.    2 Weeks Ago #30

    Custom UEFI/BIOS headaches


    I've checked and see that my WIN 10 boots UEFI...

    My BIOS firmware is updated (v. 1002)...

    Fresh, clean build with new Samsung - 860 Evo 1 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive...

    And for the life of me I can't get my computer to boot without stopping on the BIOS splash page for 5+ minutes every time the system starts (no matter what kind of reboot).

    After reading this I thought I could change the BIOS to look for UEFI, and I ensured that the Windows Boot Manager was the first order priority on startup. Still, I'm stuck. Is this a BIOS thing, a Windows thing, or do I just need to get a different MB?

    I've read so many posts all over the internet about people having this problem and I'm starting to think that Asus motherboards are a waste of time and money. As is commonly suggested, I have switched fan connections, disabled fast startup, changed power settings in the control panel, etc.

    All I want is for this thing to go straight to the Windows boot manager on startup. Why is this so hard?
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       2 Weeks Ago #31

    Hello @skeeter honey, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    It does sound like a BIOS setting. There is often a setting for how long to show the splash screen.
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  3.    1 Week Ago #32

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello @skeeter honey, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    It does sound like a BIOS setting. There is often a setting for how long to show the splash screen.
    That may be the case, but I can't find it for the life of me. The issue is that it hangs up without going to the Windows boot manager, leading into BIOS on every startup. That has to be a different setting beyond the duration of the splash screen. I don't care how long the splash screen is if just booted properly.

    I suspect it's a UEFI thing, but no setting changes related thereto have alleviated the problem.
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       1 Week Ago #33

    If able, please go ahead and take a pic (with phone/cam?) of this screen it stays on for 5+ minutes to see if anything may stand out as a cause.
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  5.    1 Week Ago #34

    Gladly. And thank you for the welcome and the support!Click image for larger version. 

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       1 Week Ago #35

    Nothing standing out as a cause in your screenshot, but it's definitely the BIOS splash screen.

    I also have an ASUS motherboard. This is the "Boot\Boot Configuration" settings in UEFI below that I was referring to may need changing for you. Your actual settings may vary though.

    In addition, you might also disconnect anything (ex: USB) not needed from the motherboard ports to rule it out as a cause for the boot delay.

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  7.    1 Week Ago #36

    I've already removed all the USBs before to no avail When I went into BIOS again I mirrored your settings (only had to change to Force BIOS). Still the same issue.
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    Is this an uncommon thing?
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       1 Week Ago #37

    skeeter honey said: View Post
    I've already removed all the USBs before to no avail When I went into BIOS again I mirrored your settings (only had to change to Force BIOS). Still the same issue.
    Is this an uncommon thing?

    You may have some device that's delaying POST. As a test, disconnect any nonessential devices (ex: HDD, DVD drive, media card reader, etc...) from the motherboard to see how it boots afterwards. Basically, strip it down to only the Windows drive and graphics.

    In addition, check to see if you may have a new BIOS version available for the motherboard that may address this if it's a known bug in the current version.
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  9.    1 Week Ago #38

    skeeter honey said: View Post
    When I went into BIOS again I mirrored your settings (only had to change to Force BIOS). Still the same issue.
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    Your "Boot Logo Display" is set to Auto, whereas Brink's is set to Enabled.
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  10.    1 Week Ago #39

    1. I updated the firmware this last weekend. It's current.

    2. I stripped down the inputs as directed.

    3. Changing the boot logo thing only makes it so I'm staring at a blank screen for 5+ minutes as opposed to the TUF GAMING logo.

    Still, nada.
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