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Hitting delete doesn't bring up my Bios either.. I have to click control + M
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I assume you got the same mother board listed in your specs? Because that is pretty weird there indeed. Does the other suggestions work that i mentioned once you get in the bios menu?
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I assume you got the same mother board listed in your specs? Because that is pretty weird there indeed. Does the other suggestions work that i mentioned once you get in the bios menu?
EVGA x58 SLi 3.. installed by NCIX though.

I tried all of those suggestions, and I'm unable to do anything in that Bios window picture I posted before.
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post #14 of 91
This is your board here correct? And this is what the bios looks like on the review site.
http://www.overclockerstech.com/evga...oard-review/4/
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This is your board here correct? And this is what the bios looks like on the review site.
http://www.overclockerstech.com/evga...oard-review/4/
It is my board... but I don't have any of those options in my Bios menu. Maybe I need Motherboard drivers or something?

As stated before.. my bios menu looks exactly like the picture I posted.
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post #16 of 91
Can u reset your bios to default configuration? I would try that or update it.

I would ^do this in this order.

1) set bios to default
-> no fix?
2) clear CMOS
-> no fix
3) update/flash to latest version
-> no fix?
???????? Gotta be something
Edited by 808MP5 - 4/21/11 at 3:48pm
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post #17 of 91
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Can u reset your bios to default configuration? I would try that or update it.

I would ^do this in this order.

1) set bios to default
-> no fix?
2) clear CMOS
-> no fix
3) update/flash to latest version
-> no fix?
???????? Gotta be something
I pressed the clear CMOS button on my motherboard and it gave me a Bios menu with more options! YAY!
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However, once I change my boot order to 1. CD-ROM 2. Hard-drive, and save the Bios settings, it is still asking me to press a key to boot from my Windows 7 CD.. and the start up screen looks like the one I had before with no bios options.
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post #19 of 91
I apologize for coming in late in the game, but as long as a bootable disc is in a CD/DVD drive, you'll always get that prompt. So if the Windows 7 DVD is still in the drive, then remove it.
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post #20 of 91
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I apologize for coming in late in the game, but as long as a bootable disc is in a CD/DVD drive, you'll always get that prompt. So if the Windows 7 DVD is still in the drive, then remove it.
Why would I remove it? I just changed the boot order to boot from my CD-ROM so I can install Windows 7 on my SSD.
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