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Liya123
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Automatically enters to BIOS setup whenever it is turned on.. How to fix it?

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Hey Team,

 

My laptop always showing up BIOS display whenever I am Turning on Laptop, and Though it is booting from SSD, takes time more than enough.. Please help me fix it

 

Regards

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@Liya123 

Please describe what you mean by BIOS display -- as folks use this term to apply to a variety of different screens and we need to know what specifically is being displayed on the screen.

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Thank you so much for your response,

I have taken a video and uploaded to YouTube (https://youtu.be/pCrC2cAlku4), Please kindly watch it. I don't know how to describe it simply:)

My PC always boot straight into BIOS, How can I fix it
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@Liya123 

Many thanks for the video -- that was excellent!

 

OK, so it's loading Settings when it first turns on, you press a key, and then it boots into Windows.

 

Most often this is because you need to run Diagnostics once you get into settings.  So try that, see if it finds anything, and after that, it most likely will not display anymore.  IF it does still display, then go back into settings and see if there is an option to set defaults.  If so, select that and reboot.

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@wawood Thank you so much for your kind reply,

 

I tried making it default, but not working,

 

By the way, I am afraid doing something i am not aware of:), hopefully there would be a setting in BIOS which enable system to boot straightly. could you please check your own system and confirm. much appreciated.

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@Liya123 

Sorry, I've not run into this problem on any of the dozen or more PCs that I regularly support.

 

Did you run the diagnostics as suggested?

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