Asrock uefi boot

Two of my choices in the UEFI are "Windows Boot Manager (Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB)" and also "Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB." They are now first and also second in the boot order on my jiyuushikan.org H270M Pro 4 mommy board and I obviously boot the the SSD. Appreciate if someone would explain the difference and also need to I have both provided in that order?


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Posted: 08 Sep 2017 at 10:01am


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theBitz wrote:Two of my alternatives in the UEFI are "Windows Boot Manager (Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB)" and also "Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB." They are now first and also second in the boot order on my jiyuushikan.org H270M Pro 4 mother board and also I obviously boot the the SSD. Appreciate if someone would certainly explain the distinction and also need to I have both noted in that order? First a couple of inquiries mostly for my information: Did you install Windows 10 (I assume?) from an Windows ISO on a USB flash drive?Did you connumber any type of alternatives in the UEFI/BIOS for installing Windows? Did you examine or pick the entry of your installation media in the boot order as soon as you installed Windows?Both of the entries in the boot order are valid, and also work-related fine. It is normal for the way I"m guessing your set up Windows for both of them to be in the boot order (ideas in your article.)The Windows Boot Manager (Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB) enattempt is the UEFI booting enattempt for your OS installation. That implies it supplies the Windows EFI boot loader.The Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB enattempt is the Legacy/MBR entry for your OS installation. It"s using the non-UEFI tradition Windows MBR boot loader. You might find your 960 EVO is GPT partitioned, but it still has actually a concealed MBR system/boot partition. Did that enattempt have a prefix of "AHCI:"?As an advocate of actually making use of the UEFI firmware in our boards (CSM collection to Disabled), and also of UEFI booting, I only use the Windows Boot Manager entry on all of my Computers. Legacy booting via CSM set to Enabled (the default) causes our board"s firmware to run in emulated BIOS mode, making use of 16little addressing and also 1MB (yes, MegaByte) of our memory in the time of the POST process. That"s the BIOS firmware conventional from 1998.It seems you booted your Window installation media that had actually the "UEFI" prefix with the tool name, quite than without that prefix, in the boot order. The UEFI: entry is typically by default at the top of the boot order list. Otherwise you would not have actually a Windows Boot Manager enattempt. But you seem to not have otherwise configured your Windows installation for UEFI booting.It preferable to usage the EFI bootloader through NVMe SSDs, but not forced. Depfinishing upon just how you installed Windows, and as lengthy as you are not making use of Windows 7 and also depending upon your video resource, you may be able to use the Windows Boot Manager entry, if you are interested.The Windows Boot Manager enattempt is not wrong or a pest. It suggests the more modern-day way of booting Windows 10 or 8.1.
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