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PC skips BIOS and goes straight to homescreen

I was playing beat saber, my VR game, and my PC crashed. Previously the game crashed a couple times.

I think it was my CPU OC. I was overclocked to 3.8ghz. But I was in good temps, and only 1.375 volts. Not too bad. Anways, im not completely sure but it crashed and went to the windows recovery ( or aka blue screen), while blasting a loud noise. I said screw that, and just restarted my PC.

But now it wont boot into BIOS at all. I did a CMOS reset. I went to Advanced Settings to UEFI. I have tried everything. Tried booting without HDD’s, nothing. I don’t know if its a CPU issue or a Motherboard issue. Kind of ticks me off. I am about to add more fans and do a GPU mod as well and now I cant get into my BIOS to make sure all the fans will work properly. Getting an AIO which will be going into my CHA fan header. (It is the Kraken G12 mod)…. and I wanted to make sure that is running at 12v constant.

I could use speed fan still I think without it but now my bios is on default, and I still like to fiddle with some things. For instance, my ram is now back at 2133mhz… yuck. Anyways, its been a few hours trying to fix this and I have no clue what to do. I may just let my PC rest and see if it fixes itself but ugh.

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So I spam the Delete Key (my bios button) and it just sits at the no singal screen and PC does nothing. Acts as if it is on but does nothing more.

SO. I spamed my mouse button around(didnt work lol), and then clicked ESC, and ENTER as if I was quiting my BIOS as normal. Then it booted to my desktop.

I have done this multiple times but never tried to leave it, I just restarted my PC

SO, I think my GPU is just not displaying my BIOS screen in which I have no idea how to fix. It displays the rest fine. Y'all have a solution? Tomorrow I am going to try a VGA cable, and or try another GPU I have laying around.But even then, surely it isnt a BIOS setting preventing this? I mean i resetted it. GPU issues?

I am going to take it out and maybe let it cool. I really do think that may be the issue.

But do yall have any suggestions??

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You may need a keyboard that has a PS2 connector to enter the BIOS, most motherboards should still have a PS2 connector which is like a fail-safe when you can't enter BIOS with a USB keyboard.

If you have fast-startup enabled in the BIOS a USB keyboard can't be used most of the time to enter BIOS. The other alternative way to enter BIOS is to use this solution on a Windows 8 or higher PC:

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5831...

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Have already tried booting from BIOS that way. (Not the PS2 connector one)

I don't think it is something like you explain as it was working fine, my PC crashed, restarted and NOW it's doing it. Obviously something failed/ is corrupted. Just don't know how to fix it.

I really think it's some display issue.

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Hi @justbelikebrett ,

If it boots into Windows OK , try disabling Fast Startup and see if that allows access to BIOS on boot.

Go to Control Panel > Power Options > choose what the Power buttons do (left side of page)> Change Settings that are currently unavailable > uncheck box -turn on Fast start up (recommended) > save changes.

Restart the computer and check if you can access BIOS OK

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Have already did that. That was my first thought as well.

Again, from my update comment, I do believe it's not TRULY skipping BIOS at this point. It seems to just not display it, then it recognizes the display once it enters windows.

Anything else haha? I have some ideas for sure when I get home.

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Hi @justbelikebrett ,

You didn't say but did you try to update/reinstall the BIOS at all?

It may be that the part dealing with video controller (is there onboard as well?) got corrupted and ii may have defaulted to auto or onboard.

Just something that I'd try.

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I actually have been meaning to update my BIOS. And I really wish I could at this point, but my motherboard doesn't have any fancy update bios without actually being in it.

So I can't get to my BIOS to update it.

And if are asking if I have integrated graphics, I do not. Only my Graphics Card in which is the GTX 1070.

When I first built my PC, I never had any issues with BIOS settings. Had GPU hooked up, booted it first try and it turned on fine. (5-6 months ago)

So, I am not sure.

But yea, I think it is a GPU problem in some way, or just a GPU- MOBO issue. Something isn't being registered.

Gonna try VGA, and try another GPU.

As long as I can get to BIOS, I really don't care how. It's not a daily thing I get on, I just need to make sure I set up everything correctly for my fans etc.

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Hi @justbelikebrett ,

Does the video card have dual video ports?

Just wondering if somehow the BIOS video output got switched to port 1 (as for dual monitor operation) and Windows recognizes that there is no monitor on port 1 (where BIOS thinks it is) and stays on port 0

If there are two ports switch the monitor cable to the other port and see what happens.

Hopefully this makes sense

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My GPU does have 2 HDMI ports, and 2 DVI.

I will test that when I get home. Is that what you're asking? I will switch the HDMI cable into the other port. Probably should of tried that. One HDMI is plugged into my tv, and the other is occupied by my VR headset.

I was playing VR while everything screwed up, so maybe it did flip? And gets confused. I'll see when I get home.

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What are your PC specs? It sounds like an old CPU if it’s 3.8 GHz at 1.375v.

Try removing the overclocks in BIOS if you haven’t already and see if you can boot windows.

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I can already boot windows with no problem. And I have the 1500X, certainly not an old CPU. Does just fine. AMD overall as lower core speeds than intel. 3.5ghz on stock. Was overclocked to 4ghz at a point but just went down to 3.8 while keeping the same voltage. Could honestly change it but anyways, I did a CMOS reset first time I realized it, so no. Taking off the OC did not help, and I honestly don't think its an CPU issue for some weird reason.

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