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Turn off post error popup so System can auto reboot?

Z840
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am using a couple of video cards that are overclocked in my Z840. 

 

The system runs headless and 24/7.  However once in a couple of days,  The system will reboot and a post-Error message comes up telling me the PCIE slot X failed and to hit enter to continue.    ( i am working to find issue but it must be the OC.  until i find the best settings this option is more of a problem for me)

I kinda know the slot failed since it rebooted.  I just want it to reboot and not sit there waiting for someone to hit enter. 

Any way to turn off that post error and just have it reboot correctly?  And yes it always reboots correctly if you hit enter.

I checked the Bios but was not able to find the options for this.  Maybe I don't know its real name?

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Does your BIOS have anything like "Halt on errors: yes/no/keyboard-only" ?

 

 

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Turn off post error popup so System can auto reboot?

I dont remember seeing that.  I would have tested it.

 

But i will check again.

is that a HP Bios option in other hardware?  

thanks!

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