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HP Z420 Workstation
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello Experts, the attached picture is more than 1000 Words. I can't configure my UEFI settings any more. I tried to reflash the BIOS. But there s still the same issue. My graphiccard is a Quadro K2200 and I use the DVI port.

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bad video card, most likely bad ram or failing video chip on card 

 

replace the video card, reflashing the motherboard bios will not fix a defective video card and will possible cause a other issues like a non working motherboard.

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No, that is not the fact and it was also my first idea. When I started the BIOSConfigUtility64.exe I could not find any EFI Boot Order entry.

When I wanted to make the boot selection (F9) I was suprised that there were so many entries.(IMG_0082) 29 Windows Boot Manager entries! I still don't know how this happened.
But anyway, I removed the CMOS-Battery and started without any disk. This must have cleaned up the NVRAM. Now  I can configure my BIOS-Settings with the BCU again.IMG_0082.jpg

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