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Cant boot Ubuntu server on Asus E810

Im trying to boot up a Ubuntu server 20.04 LTS on this mini pc Ive had for a long time collecting dust. 

I get this error.

I've used Rufus to create the booteable usb. Installed Ubuntu server to another usb (the sata cable in the system is broken) and when finished I unpluged the usb and rebootbutit would boot straight into bios instead of the usb drive with ubuntu installed onIMG_20200915_200946.thumb.jpg.c66c31007be45b32286384c0c822836b.jpg

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And if you go to those BIOS settings what are the options?

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2 minutes ago, 2FA said:

And if you go to those BIOS settings what are the options?

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There has to be more than that... and I'm not playing 20 questions about BIOS settings so just post anything relevant

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1 minute ago, 2FA said:

There has to be more than that... and I'm not playing 20 questions about BIOS settings so just post anything relevant

Sorry I had to edit my comment with images. I hit enter by accident

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7 minutes ago, tp95112 said:

Sorry I had to edit my comment with images. I hit enter by accident

Try changing the storage device option to either of the 'both' options.

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3 minutes ago, 2FA said:

Try changing the storage device option to either of the 'both' options.

I've done that but they revert back to Legacy OPROM first. All the options would revert back after saving and reseting

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2 minutes ago, tp95112 said:

I've done that but they revert back to Legacy OPROM first. All the options would revert back after saving and reseting

Sounds like the CMOS battery is dead or missing if it's not saving settings. If you go the main Boot options menu what does it show? Does the USB drive even show in the BIOS as a bootable option?

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Went looking through the manual for it and the only other option I can think of would be turning secure boot in the advanced settings somewhere.

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Just now, 2FA said:

Sounds like the CMOS battery is dead or missing if it's not saving settings. If you go the main Boot options menu what does it show? Does the USB drive even show in the BIOS as a bootable option?

The other settings do save though. When i switch secure boot from windows uefi mode to other os. its saves the change. The menu shows this 

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52 minutes ago, 2FA said:

Went looking through the manual for it and the only other option I can think of would be turning secure boot in the advanced settings somewhere.

I figured it out, turns out Rufus was the problem

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