Nowadays, many computers have adopted the solid-state hard disk + mechanical hard disk dual hard disk solution. Sometimes the default is mechanical hard disk when booting, and the system is installed in the solid state hard disk, so it can not enter the system when booting, then we will Need to adjust the boot sequence of the hard disk. So how does the motherboard ASUS BIOS set the solid state as the first boot disk? Let’s share the method of setting the boot sequence in ASUS motherboard BIOS. The setting method may be similar because of the different BIOS version. Other motherboard brands and models can refer to it. This article takes ASUS UEFI BIOS as an example.
ASUS bios set the startup sequence
First, we turn on the computer. After the computer is turned on, press the DEL key or DELETE key on the keyboard to enter the motherboard BIOS. After the ASUS UEFI BIOS reaches the following interface, we need to press the “F7 key” to enter the advanced options.
We can set the language to Simplified Chinese, enter the BOOT tab, under Boot Option Priorities, find BOOT OPtion #1, and select your solid state drive in the drop-down box on the right. , Generally, solid-state hard drives are marked with SSD words or brand models, etc. As follows, since my computer is booted in UEFI mode, I chose the solid-state hard drive starting with Windows Boot Manager.
The solid state drive has been adjusted as the first startup item, as shown in the figure below.
But after setting up, we must not forget to save the setting options just now, just press the F10 key, it will prompt to save and restart (save & reset), we can click OK.
The above is the method of setting the boot sequence for the ASUS motherboard bios shared by the installation home. In addition to setting the solid state drive as the first boot item, we can also set the U disk, optical drive and other devices as the first boot item. Hope this article can help To everyone.