It started with trying to reset my PC because I made a mistake and deleted the Xbox software that supports Microsoft solitaire games. Reset would not work. F1 did not reboot. I reset to defaults F9 then F10 to exit and restart. No boot again and the same 'no boot device I am stuck in a loop. I tried unplugging the computer and holding power button to remove static, removed all usb devices I tried using a windows recover disk, still same message. If possible--Run the diagnostics F12 at boot to see if the hard drive has failed.
Run the extended hard drive test instead of the quick test. Yes, thanks. I did run full diagnostics. Everything passes, no issues. I believe that somehow my hdd got unmounted from the computer so when I try to boot it says no boot device detected. I can't create it because it requires Win Framework 4.
Even though the Dell page says that 4. Any suggestions? Save the changes -if any- before exiting setup and see if it boots now. I too am a user. Browse Community. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:.
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Inspironstuck in aptio setup utility. Can anyone help me? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Mary G 7 Thorium. RoHe 8 Krypton. Evanhh 1 Copper. Hey man I don't have dvd and usb what could I do. To disable Secure Boot Turn on or restart the system you're repairing. Or, from Windows, hold the Shift key while selecting Restart. If you are prompted to allow the changes, select Yes. Dell Support Resources.Log in Registration. Tel: Fax: CopyrightAcromag, Inc. Data and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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How to Enter BIOS
Enables or Disables Lock of Legacy Resources. Enables or Disables S3 Video Repost.Access the BIOS setup utility to manage memory settings, configure a new hard drivechange the boot orderreset the BIOS password, and similar operations.
These steps can be used to access the BIOS setup utility on your computer, no matter what's on it, whether it's Windows 10Windows 7Linux, etc. Restart your computeror turn it on if it's already off. Watch for an "entering setup" message in the first few seconds after turning on your computer. This message varies greatly from computer to computer and also includes the key or keys you need to press to enter BIOS.
Don't hold the key down or press it too many times or your system may error or lock up. If that happens, just restart and try again. If you don't catch the key sequence needed to get into BIOS, reference one of these lists or check out the tips below:. Entering BIOS can be tricky, so here's some more help based on some common scenarios that we've seen:. Your computer may be configured to show your computer's logo instead of important BIOS messages.
Press Esc or Tab while the logo is showing to remove it. Some computers start too quickly to see the BIOS access message. Press any key to "unpause" your computer and continue booting. If you're having problems pressing that pause button in time, turn on your computer with your keyboard unplugged.
You should receive a keyboard error which will pause the startup process long enough for you to see the keys necessary to enter BIOS! Tweet Share Email. Here are some common ways you might see this BIOS access message:. Quickly press the key or keys instructed by the previous message.
Use the BIOS setup utility as required. More from Lifewire.Such an interface has some inherent inefficiencies when applied to SSD devices, which behave much more like DRAM than like spinning media. At a high level, the basic advantages of NVMe over AHCI relate to its ability to exploit parallelism in host hardware and software, manifested by differences in depth of command queues, interrupts processing, the number of uncacheable register accesses etc.
If yes, which modules have to be inserted and how has it to be done? These were the main questions, when I started this thread in April Although we do not yet know everything, we made in December big progress in finding answers to the related questions. That is why I have completely updated the below part of this start post.
Both NVMe modules have been successfully tested. Credits go a to the EDK2 Team resp. After having done that, the number of the Volume will be shown within the box named "Vol. Index box. Click onto the "Insert" tab on the on-top MMTool menu bar.
Now you can click onto the "Insert" button, which is on the upper right hand side below the "Browse" button see above picture. After having done that, the insertion of the desired NVMe module should be done automaticly and correctly by the MMTool. In this case you should try to get the "small" variant of the NVMe module in "compressed" form inserted. RAR archive file if it should be bigger sized than 6 MB, post the download link.
Then we will try to help you. Now you have stored your modded BIOS within the related folder. After having double-clicked onto the BIOS file, which you want to get modified, you will see a picture similar to one of these: Expand the shown image resp.
After having expanded the "BIOS region" by hitting onto the right-direction arrow in front of it, you will see a picture like one of these: Due to the complicated and mainboard specific internal structure of the "BIOS region", it may be rather time consuming to find the DXE Volume, where all the EFI modules are located and where an additional EFI module like the NVMe one has to be inserted.
The result is a picture like this one: As you can see, you are now within the "Compressed section" of a "DXE driver" which one doesn't matter. After having done that, you hopefully will see a picture like this: Note: If there should not be enough space within the DXE Volume for the insertion of the additional module, you will get the message "File size exceeds the Volume size".
Don't forget to save the modded BIOS as final step of the modding procedure. Then you can navigate to the folder, which has been designed for the modded BIOS e. Click onto "Yes".Menu Menu.
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Jyggalag96 Distinguished. Mar 20, 4 0 18, 0. Can someone tell me what to do to see it. Please, help, I really need to do this to be able to play Witcher 3 properly Ty in advance! Prostar Computer Dignified.
Apr 11, 2, 1 16, No, you do not need a custom BIOS assuming there even is one available for your model.
What exactly do you need to change? It's just a tab you scroll over to using your keyboard. I saw people do crossfire even with cards that are officially unsupported and it works. Game has delay but it wont use other card. Program I was using is HWMonitor. Jyggalag96 :. You must log in or register to reply here. Asus Aptio setup problem- tried the usual solution and it is now telling me to reboot and select proper boot device instead Laptop Tech Support 1 Jan 18, S Solved!
What to do? Laptop Tech Support 1 Sep 5, P am having dell inspiron 15 series laptop. Asus Aptio setup problem- tried the usual solution and it is now telling me to reboot and select proper boot device instead Solved! Post thread. Started by shaines Jun 17, Replies: This appendix contains the following sections:. Use that menu to select the device and rearrange the order. Then exit to continue the boot process. You may decide to change these default values if there is a conflict between device settings or if you need to optimize system performance.
If the utility is available, this message also appears during bootup:. This message remains on the screen for about five seconds, giving you time to start the utility. These messages may appear during the boot process:.
This message appears when an adapter was removed from the system or was relocated behind a PCI bridge. This message appears when fewer than four adapters are in the boot order and more adapters exist than are shown.
Context-sensitive help for the field in which the cursor is positioned. Up, down, left, right movement to position the cursor.
Select the item in which the cursor is positioned. Items with values in [ ] brackets are modifiable. The user is asked to confirm, if changes have been made. Executable items are indicated by highlighted text and a different background color. Throughout the GUI, selections that are not currently permissible are grayed out.
The behavior of executable items varies throughout the Configuration Utility. Press Insert or Delete to add or remove an adapter to or from the boot order. If you make changes to the boot order, the Configuration Utility prompts you to save the changes before you exit the screen. On this screen you can change global scope settings. The PCI slot in which the controller is installed.
The order in which adapters will boot when the system has more than one adapter. Up to four of the total adapters in a system may be selected as bootable. To add an adapter to the boot list, press Insert while on the Boot Order field. This option specifies whether the BIOS pauses for user acknowledgement after displaying an alert message during boot. To continue after displaying a message, select No. To wait for the user to press a key, select Yes.
This option controls how much information the BIOS displays about adapters and devices during boot. Possible values are:. This option allows you to prevent a hook on INT40, if required.
The Adapter Properties screen shown below allows you to view and modify adapter settings. It also provides access to all other screens. Bus value has range 0x00 - 0xFF, 0 - decimal.
Device value has range 0x00 - 0x1F, 0 - 31 decimal. The options are:. Changes to this setting are reflected in the Status field on the main Adapter List menu. The new setting does not take effect until the BIOS is reloaded that is, until the system is rebooted.
The SAS Topology screen shows the following objects and their significant properties:.Did this solve your problem?
8501026A Aptio BIOS Manual
Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Tried this :. After pressing any key, I get nowhere. Site Feedback. Tell us about your experience with our site. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Hi Jeep. Unplug power and remove battery, press and hold power button for 30 seconds to release all power from circuitry, plug back in and power up to see if any change.
I will give you steps to access the Repair Mode to try all repairs to get Windows started, and if not to do the automated Reset or the superior Clean Install after rescuing your files. Easiest may be to force shut down the PC by holding in the power button three separate times to trigger the Startup Options. Make sure to uncheck the box for Recommended Settings to choose only the licensed version. Update your drivers from the PC's Support Downloads web page. Compare the latest drivers with the ones presently installed in Device Manager reached by right clicking the Start Menu.
You can continue with the other steps there. I hope this helps. Feel free to ask back any questions and let us know how it goes. I will keep working with you until it's resolved.
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How satisfied are you with this response? There is no easy way to get to the battery.
Enabling RAID in the BIOS for Intel® Desktop Boards
I am just going to let the battery drain. Just skip that step and move on. It's never healthy for the battery to drain completely.