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topog_µ
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Disabling HP splash screen

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High-end dual GPU Graphics cards dont mix with OEM parts.
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old_geekster
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Re: Disabling HP splash screen

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Topog_u, welcome to the forum.

I am a bit confused on which you are doing --- asking a question (Disabling HP splash screen) or making a statement (High-end dual GPU Graphics cards dont mix with OEM parts.)?

 

Here is how to disable the HP Splash Screen:

 

Step 1:
As soon as you turn the computer on, hit the F1 key to enter the system BIOS

Step 2:
On the menu, select the BOOT option by moving the right arrow on the keyboard.

Step 3:
Making sure BOOT-TIME DIAGNOSTIC is highlighted, hit the ENTER key on the keyboard

Step 4:
Select ENABLE to disable to HP Splash screen

 

Please let us know if this solves your problem or not.

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nomaroo
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Re: Disabling HP splash screen

somehow it does not work in HP destop computer -no option is shown in bios to ENABLE to disable to HP Splash screen

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Re: Disabling HP splash screen

No BOOT-TIME DIAGNOSTIC is showing or could be highlighted in h8-1010

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Re: Disabling HP splash screen

Forgotten to add that under Window 8 no such option exists in bios

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