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ramimLFC

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  1. Thanks for your suggestion. But when I mentioned the "Start > Power > Shift + Reset and then Navigating to the option that boots to UEFI" method in my original post, this is what I was referring to. Pressing Shift+Reset basically brings up the menu that you were referring to from where you can directly boot to EUFI. But unfortunately even this method just brings me to the windows login screen. It doesn't take me to the BIOS.
  2. No that is the exact key that needs to be pressed for this particular Motherboard, as specified in its user manual and I had accessed it before using the Delete key. It's just that for a while it just stopped outputting anything on the displays until it reached the Windows Login Screen. And ever since then I haven't been able to access the UEFI menu.
  3. During POST my monitors do not receive any video signal. The displays only receive signal once the Windows 10 Login screen appears. As a result I am unable to enter the UEFI menu. I tried repeatedly tapping the Del key, which is supposed to be the key that takes you into the UEFI menu, during startup. I've also tried to enter BIOS using the "Start > Power > Shift + Reset and then Navigating to the option that boots to UEFI" method. It still only ends up showing the Windows login screen. Can you please help me to diagnose the problem? Config: CPU: i5 10600 Motherboar
  4. Thanks, guys! Just wanted to check if I could get away with not having to install all the software along with windows.
  5. I've been using a system with a Intel i7 4770 processor and Asrock Z87 Extreme 4 motherboard for a long time now. So, I'm planning to upgrade to a 10900K + Gigabyte Z490 motherboard (haven't decided on the specific SKU yet). Along with new RAM of course. But I wasn't planning on upgrading my Storage drives. I have a 240 GB SATA SSD for the OS and 1 TB SATA SSD for my Games Library and an 8 TB NAS Drive for my Media Library and other files. I want to use all these drives on my new system as well. In that case do I need to reinstall Windows 10 on the existing OS drive? Or will it boot into windo
  6. Hi everyone, I was wondering if you guys could point me towards the best TV Streaming Box with an Android interface. I'm currently using a 55" Sony X9300D 4K HDR TV. I watch a lot of content on streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime as well as YouTube and YouTube TV. I also stream content from my PLEX server. But the extremely laggy android interface of this particular TV is incredibly irritating to deal with. So, I was planning on upgrading to a device that's capable of streaming content through the above mentioned services in both 4K and HDR (Doesn't have to be Dolby Vision since m
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