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    Posted: 03 Nov 2019 at 8:55pm
Hello, When I do any type of restart on my system, it boots to the bios. When in the bios it does not show my hard drive and the boot sequence shows nothing. When I exit bios either with saving and exit or do not save and exit, it boots right back to the bios. Now if I shut my computer down completely and then start it up, it boots up to windows with no problems. Not sure what is causing this.
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Is this a new build or dit it work in the past?
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worked fine in the past. started after a windows 10 update. Not sure what changed
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Maybe it is the fast startup on windows shutdown.
If it is on, it should be disabled.


Please follow the steps as below to uncheck the "Turn on fast startup" under windows.

Step 1. Open the Power Option item in control panel.
Step 2. Click the Choose what the power button do link.
Step 3. Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.
Step 4. Clear the Turn on fast startup (recommend) check box.
Step 5. Click Save changes.
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Didn't help. Computer still boots to the bios on a restart from windows. If I turn computer completely off, then it will boot to windows. I will figure it out.   
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Magic PC world, we need a jesus for solving such kind of problems...

One try: Make a clear CMOS like described in the board manual.
After that, go to the bios and load defaults, save and exit.

Another try: Make a restore of your windows from the time before the windows update which caused the issue...

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