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On this board, these were the default settings – although I have no idea why.

I highly recommend that you do NOT do this – unless you really know what you’re doing. Well, on this particular mobo, I had great difficulty getting Windows to boot.

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Contrary to what most people will tell you, I’m telling you that in most cases, UPDATE YOUR BIOS.

Once the system has restarted, choose Troubleshoot/Advanced options/UEFI Firmware Settings (restart) to enter the bios this way. Inside the bios use the arrow keys to go to the 'Advanced' menu at the top and choose the option for 'Start Easy Flash'. The ASUSTek Easy Flash Utility will start and you will see your drives on the left with cryptic names like 'FS0', 'FS1', etc., so browse through them to find the correct drive with the 'bios' folder and unzipped bios file you downloaded in step #1 above.

The right area will show the contents of the drive you selected on the left and you can use the arrow keys to switch between them. Once you found the unzipped bios file you want to use and selected it, the system will show the model/platform of the new bios as well as other details.

Now that you’re in the BIOS, you’ll need to check a few things.

Note that the following screenshots are for the UEFI BIOS in an ASUS Z170-A motherboard.

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