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Win 10 Home 64 bit Version 1607

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#1 Old_Feller


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Posted 21 August 2017 - 10:57 PM

Win 10 Home 64 bit Version 1607


If I understand, this computer should have UEFI, rather than old-hat BIOS.


The instructions I have found; 


settings/update & security/recovery to "Advanced Setup".


Restart Now/troubleshoot/advanced options/startup settings/restart ...


does not get me into UEFI.  The option that's supposed to be there is simply completely missing. I guess Microsoft has changed their minds about putting it there. Or, it's an upgrade-from-Win 7 hiccup.



I can access what must be part of UEFI by restarting and pressing ESC. But all that is there is Please Select Boot Device, with 3 options, non being USB.


And that is it; there is nothing else available there. I've tried everything I can think of to page-over or anything. I was exploring changing boot order, so I can download new Windows 10 iso from flash drive.


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Posted 22 August 2017 - 09:03 AM

Are you having a problem related to the BIOS?


Please post the make and model of this computer.  If it is a custom build please post the make and model of the motherboard.


Most motherboards have the choice for either the UEFI or BIOS.  In order to access the BIOS/UEFI you will need to boot into the BIOS.

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