Asus boots to bios every time

I just finished placing my computer together. I acquired all the components snug and updated my vehicle drivers. The trouble I'm having actually currently is, for some factor, whenever I boot up the computer is sent directly to the BIOS and not the actual operating system.

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I've tried messing approximately via the options and transforming points around but nothing adjusted the boot up actions.

Made the SSD via OS mounted on it the #1 boot priority

Updated BIOS to latest I made sure the boot choice priority was noted as the drive with my OS set up on it but that doesn't adjust anything.

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4 years ago
CPU Fan rate error detected.

Ensure that the CPU fan is effectively mounted on the CPU_Fan header or adjust/disable the Fan Speed Low limit option in the UEFI BIOS

https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1006064


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Initial Poster4 years ago

I have a Noctua NH-D14. Both fans that it comes through are 3-pin. Since it's not 4-pin I have to adjust voltage fairly than just using PWM.

They are functioning fine and spinning silently! I'm assuming the POST screen is showing a CPU fan error because they are just continual 3-pins not 4. I'll need to adjust the Fan Speed Low limit I suppose.


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4 years ago
This deserve to occur if you do a UEFI instevery one of Windows and also then readjust to csm mode or the oppowebsite, install in tradition mode and also then adjust to UEFI

Try transforming the UEFI/heritage mode to whatever before it's not using currently.

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Initial Poster4 years ago

Just for clarification, do you want me to disable CSM so that it runs totally on UEFI? I have it on (by default) so have to I revolve it off?


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4 years ago
FWIW: Uefi+CSM means that the Mobo will attempt and boot in UEFI from your schosen tools, and also if no EFI file is found, it goes earlier and tries your gadgets in BIOS emulation mode.

Theoretically installing in BIOS mode, then permitting UEFI+CSM is fine as is installing in UEFI then switching to UEFI+CSM, as long as the strategy of installation is still accessible.


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4 years ago
Did you inspect that the button cell battery on the motherboard is not DOA?


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Initial Poster4 years ago

Not completely sure just how to inspect if it's dead. Will the motherboard still operate also if it's dead? I did somehow control to install programs and also play a couple of games without any difficulties.


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4 years ago
AFAIK you don't need to hit F1 as soon as you watch the error simply hit enter and the computer must proceed to windows boot.

If you desire to disable the error message go into the bios and also set the CPU fan to ignore in its security web page and the error must go away. Additionally, via the old style Bios interface (what I use, don't favor the new style) tright here was an option on the initially web page to disregard boot errors which your Bios can have actually. I generally set it to overlook all errors bereason it's pretty a lot usemuch less on modern systems and also is just a legacy alternative.


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4 years ago

You set up using USB? It went via the movements of copying files, preparing for installation, then rebooting?

Did it successfully reboot at all?

What happens once Windows boot manager is the peak listing? Did you change secure boot settings after installing Windows?

Turn on Secure boot, enable UEFI+CSM/Compatibility, then reinstall from the USB. Should resolve any kind of random errors that taken place and were not caught during installation. With a 6700k and also ssd, should be fairly quick fix.


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It went via the movements of copying files, preparing for installation, then rebooting?

I am a lot of certain that it did all that you stated. I did install through USB and regulated to install Windows 10 fine. I also got some programs/games running perfectly without any type of hiccups.

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What happens as soon as Windows boot manager is the optimal listing? Did you readjust secure boot settings after installing Windows?

Nothing alters. I need to manually click on "Windows Boot Manager" under boot override provided at the bottom in order to actually boot into the operating device.


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