Question Can't boot from DVD drive to install Windows 10 ?

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Hi,
I'm new in this uefi thing. My previous system was in 2007 until it broke down in 2022.

Now i’m using MSI B660M Mortar wifi ddr4, Intel I5–12400, Patriot 2x16GB DDR4, and still using the old graphic card, nvidia 9800GT, which had no GOP support.

I've already set the settings in Click Bios 5 as seen on the attachment.

https://www.mediafire.com/view/jybzerbl4n19qg9
https://www.mediafire.com/view/gl6oiiu5vjuxs91
https://www.mediafire.com/view/gxwtg6rz474tfig
https://www.mediafire.com/view/mv94b894w3tdol1
https://www.mediafire.com/view/qgonvu9uvmd6b2c

I've already put my dvd drive to the 1st boot priority, uefi dvd drive to the 2nd boot priority, usb dvd drive to the 3rd/4th priority, inserted the Win10 installation disc into the dvd drive / usb dvd drive.

When i press f11 on POST, no dvd drive option to boot from. Only hdd option.

Also, i've tried to install external usb dvd drive, and when i press f11 on POST, it did appear on the options, but when i choose to boot from that external dvd drive, it didn't run, and continued to boot from my blank hdd.

When i tried to insert the win10 installation disc to other computer, it ran well and get me to the win10 installation page.

Where is the problem? And how to fix this? Thank you.
 
Hi,
I'm new in this uefi thing. My previous system was in 2007 until it broke down in 2022.

Now i’m using MSI B660M Mortar wifi ddr4, Intel I5–12400, Patriot 2x16GB DDR4, and still using the old graphic card, nvidia 9800GT, which had no GOP support.

I've already set the settings in Click Bios 5 as seen on the attachment.

https://www.mediafire.com/view/jybzerbl4n19qg9
https://www.mediafire.com/view/gl6oiiu5vjuxs91
https://www.mediafire.com/view/gxwtg6rz474tfig
https://www.mediafire.com/view/mv94b894w3tdol1
https://www.mediafire.com/view/qgonvu9uvmd6b2c

I've already put my dvd drive to the 1st boot priority, uefi dvd drive to the 2nd boot priority, usb dvd drive to the 3rd/4th priority, inserted the Win10 installation disc into the dvd drive / usb dvd drive.

When i press f11 on POST, no dvd drive option to boot from. Only hdd option.

Also, i've tried to install external usb dvd drive, and when i press f11 on POST, it did appear on the options, but when i choose to boot from that external dvd drive, it didn't run, and continued to boot from my blank hdd.

When i tried to insert the win10 installation disc to other computer, it ran well and get me to the win10 installation page.

Where is the problem? And how to fix this? Thank you.
Your first link shows your boot override list, boot override overrides your boot list. Clear the override list or put your DVD in the override list.
 

dwd999

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Hi,
I'm new in this uefi thing. My previous system was in 2007 until it broke down in 2022.

Now i’m using MSI B660M Mortar wifi ddr4, Intel I5–12400, Patriot 2x16GB DDR4, and still using the old graphic card, nvidia 9800GT, which had no GOP support.

I've already set the settings in Click Bios 5 as seen on the attachment.

https://www.mediafire.com/view/jybzerbl4n19qg9
https://www.mediafire.com/view/gl6oiiu5vjuxs91
https://www.mediafire.com/view/gxwtg6rz474tfig
https://www.mediafire.com/view/mv94b894w3tdol1
https://www.mediafire.com/view/qgonvu9uvmd6b2c

I've already put my dvd drive to the 1st boot priority, uefi dvd drive to the 2nd boot priority, usb dvd drive to the 3rd/4th priority, inserted the Win10 installation disc into the dvd drive / usb dvd drive.

When i press f11 on POST, no dvd drive option to boot from. Only hdd option.

Also, i've tried to install external usb dvd drive, and when i press f11 on POST, it did appear on the options, but when i choose to boot from that external dvd drive, it didn't run, and continued to boot from my blank hdd.

When i tried to insert the win10 installation disc to other computer, it ran well and get me to the win10 installation page.

Where is the problem? And how to fix this? Thank you.
Is the second screen cap correct where it indicates that CSM mode is selected? This would normally be set to UEFI. In addition the bios should be set to Secure Boot.
 
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Is the second screen cap correct where it indicates that CSM mode is selected? This would normally be set to UEFI. In addition the bios should be set to Secure Boot.
Thank you,
CSM mode was selected automatically since my gpu is old (9800GT) and didn't have GOP support. So it was chosen by default.
Secure Boot, i haven't tried yet, i'll see what i can change tomorrow..
 
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Thank you,
CSM mode was selected automatically since my gpu is old (9800GT) and didn't have GOP support. So it was chosen by default.
Secure Boot, i haven't tried yet, i'll see what i can change tomorrow..
When i tried to enable the Secure Boot, it said "System in Setup Mode! Secure boot can be enabled when system in user mode. Repeat operation after enrolling Platform Key (PK)."

After that i Enrolled all Factory Default Keys.

Then i tried to enable Secure Boot, it said "Warning: CSM is loaded! Disable csm in setup. Repeat operation after reboot to ensure uefi video (gop) driver is operational."

And can't do that since my gpu doesn't have GOP support.
 

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Thank you,
I'll do this tomorrow.
Today, i tried to copy my Win10 installation disk to flash drive with software such as WinToFlash, ImgBurn, and Rufus.
And get the flash drive to boot from.
The result; problem with BCD, as can be seen in the attachment:

https://www.mediafire.com/view/9xr59k0nrc9wbcu
I've tried to do it with Windows Media Creation Tool, no luck, the result is still the same: BCD error.

Now i'm stuck.
 

dwd999

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I've tried to do it with Windows Media Creation Tool, no luck, the result is still the same: BCD error.

Now i'm stuck.
Since you have a Intel I5-12400 which has its own graphics, for now you could try temporarily removing the Nvidia 9800GT and resetting the bios to all of its default values using the Restore Defaults option shown in the 5th image you uploaded. After restoring defaults you should have UEFI and Secure Boot available. Then at least you might be able to boot the installer and load Windows. If successful in getting Windows running and fully functional and updated if all is well at that point then you could try inserting the 9800GT and see what happens. If Windows crashes you'll have to remove it again and start a new thread in the Graphics Card section to see if there's a way to use it with Windows 10 or if you'll have to abandon it and get a new GPU. There are some references in nvidia's own forums to older drivers that may work.

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/forums/geforce-graphics-cards/5/204378/windows-10-drivers-for-older-gpus/?topicPage=3
 
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Since you have a Intel I5-12400 which has its own graphics, for now you could try temporarily removing the Nvidia 9800GT and resetting the bios to all of its default values using the Restore Defaults option shown in the 5th image you uploaded. After restoring defaults you should have UEFI and Secure Boot available. Then at least you might be able to boot the installer and load Windows. If successful in getting Windows running and fully functional and updated if all is well at that point then you could try inserting the 9800GT and see what happens. If Windows crashes you'll have to remove it again and start a new thread in the Graphics Card section to see if there's a way to use it with Windows 10 or if you'll have to abandon it and get a new GPU. There are some references in nvidia's own forums to older drivers that may work.

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/forums/geforce-graphics-cards/5/204378/windows-10-drivers-for-older-gpus/?topicPage=3
Hi,
Thank you, this works like charm!
I remove my old graphic card, and now using graphic from cpu (glad i didn't choose 12400F :)).
Now booting & installing Windows 10 from flash drive.
Still can't boot from dvd drive though.. don't know why.
 
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