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During boot I get "RAID Option ROM Version 3.3.1592.22"


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#31 pcpunk

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 07:41 PM

My Bad guys, I think I misinterpreted Rufus Interface and creating the UEFI GPT USB.  I will retry with the new drive I'v created.

 

I do wonder, what's the difference booting from the BIOS Boot Menu, or coming in from Advanced Startup?  It seems as though on some computers you can only do it from the Advanced Settings.

 

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Posted 20 January 2018 - 05:59 AM

 

I do wonder, what's the difference booting from the BIOS Boot Menu, or coming in from Advanced Startup?  It seems as though on some computers you can only do it from the Advanced Settings.

 

 

With Windows 10 or 8.1 in UEFI mode, this is normal, there's an option to boot into Advanced Mode, which allows for going into the UEFI, access Safe Mode, booting from another device & other options. 

 

There's also tricks, even in UEFi/GPT mode, to bring back the classic style menu, where one can hit 'F8' to get to Safe Mode at boot. This tutorial was written for Windows 8, works for 8.1 & 10 also and very simple to perform, one CMD line as Administrator does the trick. Can easily be reversed, instruction in source link. :)

 

bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy

 

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https://www.askvg.com/how-to-disable-new-metro-boot-loader-and-bring-back-windows-vista-and-7-style-boot-loader-in-windows-8/

 

Hope this is helpful! :thumbsup:

 

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