[SOLVED] Slow loading of bios

Jan 30, 2022
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Hello . I assembled a new computer and the new parts are these.

i5 11600k
AsRock Z590 steel legend
2X8G DDR4 3600 ADATA SPEC D60G80
Palit GTX 1080 GAME ROCK - from my old pc
Sata SSD Kingston 250 gb - from my old pc
FSP Hyper 700w - from my old pc
and 2 hdd with 1 tb each



When I click the button on the start box, everything in the box lights up and starts, but there is no bios. I wait for about 25 seconds and then the bios logo lights up and Windows loads in 2 seconds. Even at times my keyboard doesn't turn on right away and I don't have time to open the BIOS because it's inactive. What other information do you need to help me? Thanks.
 
Solution
Was there an OS install on the HDD? If so, then following Bob's instructions will help.

If you've installed the OS to the SSD, with the HDD's connected (and an OS install), then you have a conflict of MBR. So you would need to install it again or rebuild the boot record (with HDD's disconnected.)
Hey there.

So when you put in the 'old' SSD did you leave the old Windows on it, or a complete new install of Windows?

If it's your old version of windows, then this is what's causing the problem. With a new system, or even new CPU/Mobo, it's advised to do a new install of Windows, so as to avoid any issues with old drivers etc.
 
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Jan 30, 2022
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Thanks for the quick response . I did a new installation and everything is formatted.
And install all drivers from motherboard official site.
 
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Was there an OS install on the HDD? If so, then following Bob's instructions will help.

If you've installed the OS to the SSD, with the HDD's connected (and an OS install), then you have a conflict of MBR. So you would need to install it again or rebuild the boot record (with HDD's disconnected.)
 
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