Question Why is it that, after unplugging my computer, I have to reboot it twice for it to boot properly?

Jun 11, 2020
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Hey guys,
This isn't a HUGE issue (as in PC-breaking) but it is annoying. After unplugging my PC (that I built, BTW), it gives me a black screen with white text saying something about selecting a proper boot device, and just sits there. When I reboot it once, it says the same thing. If I reboot it TWICE, it boots into windows like normal. Here's a parts list in case my hardware has anything to do with it:

CPU: Ryzen 2700x @ 3.7 GHz
CPU Cooler: Wraith Prism RGB (stock)
GPU: MSI Ventus GeForce 2060 SUPER
RAM: 16 GB G.skill Trident Z RGB
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Strix B450-F Gaming
Power Supply: Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 650W
NVMe SSD: Sabrent Rocket 4.0 500GB
Hard Drive: WD Red 3.0 TB
Case: Thermaltake V200 TG RGB (3 intakes, 1 exhaust)
WiFi adapter: ASUS PCE-AC58BT

Thanks!

Edit: I have all necessary drivers installed, such as GPU and WiFi adapter drivers.
 
Jun 23, 2020
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Hey guys,
This isn't a HUGE issue (as in PC-breaking) but it is annoying. After unplugging my PC (that I built, BTW), it gives me a black screen with white text saying something about selecting a proper boot device, and just sits there. When I reboot it once, it says the same thing. If I reboot it TWICE, it boots into windows like normal. Here's a parts list in case my hardware has anything to do with it:

CPU: Ryzen 2700x @ 3.7 GHz
CPU Cooler: Wraith Prism RGB (stock)
GPU: MSI Ventus GeForce 2060 SUPER
RAM: 16 GB G.skill Trident Z RGB
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Strix B450-F Gaming
Power Supply: Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 650W
NVMe SSD: Sabrent Rocket 4.0 500GB
Hard Drive: WD Red 3.0 TB
Case: Thermaltake V200 TG RGB (3 intakes, 1 exhaust)
WiFi adapter: ASUS PCE-AC58BT

Thanks!

Edit: I have all necessary drivers installed, such as GPU and WiFi adapter drivers.
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