[SOLVED] Changed some bios settings, now Windows won’t boot, instead what boots is the windows installation.

arenae

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I made a small partition for the windows 10 installation media on my SSD. And had windows 10 installed on that same SSD. Everything worked fine but I changed some settings on my BIOS to enable TPM 2.0 and I disabled CSM. When I restarted, what booted was the windows installation media that was on the other partition instead of my windows installation. How to I make windows boot again, is there any way? I really shouldn’t have done this now as I have a meeting in 2 hours. My motherboard is an Asus Z370-p.
 

arenae

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I managed to fix the issue by myself after digging a bit more into the bios. Thanks for the replies! The case is closed now. The boot priority order had changed, and my windows wasn’t booting from UEFI, that’s why it wasn’t being recognized there. So I had to re-enable CSM and change the boot priority again and now it’s all good.
 

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