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mainly booting to bios and not windows

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Post time 2019-06-10 22:03:14 | Show all posts |Read mode
once i bought my device i upgraded the ssd. runs fine till you reboot or shut down the unit. it hates loading to windows and 90% of the time will boot the bios. i have checked and double checked the setting to which i cant see any reason as to why it wouldnt boot straight to windows. i also restored the default settings to which made no difference. its a good job i never turn my device off as its anoying as hell and takes 10 mins before you get it to boot properly. any reason and solutions to stop this doing it.
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Post time 2019-06-11 10:32:27 | Show all posts
You can press and hold the F7 on the keyboard when the Beelink Log is turned on to check whether the first item of the startup menu is windows system. If it is other options, please enter the BIOS to set the windows system as the first startup item.
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 Author| Post time 2019-06-11 17:18:05 | Show all posts
pressing F7 on the beelink screen doesnt do anything. i also shut the pc down and tried F7 from a power on point but just went shraight to the bios. when i got it to go past the bios screen i tried F7 again but still no boot screen. it just wont bring up the boot devices list. i have seen this in the past so it did at one point work. i have added a bios setting screen. i have also tried booting with all usb devices disconnected to rule out this.
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Post time 2019-06-11 19:19:36 | Show all posts
damien4482 replied at 2019-06-11 17:18
pressing F7 on the beelink screen doesnt do anything. i also shut the pc down and tried F7 from a po ...

Are you using a wired or wireless keyboard? If it is a wireless keyboard, there may be an invalid button when it is not in the system, and it is impossible to press F7 to enter the startup menu.
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 Author| Post time 2019-06-11 19:30:02 | Show all posts
its a normal full size wireless keyboard i used on my old pc. i know the keyboard works before windows boots as i can use escape to enter the bios. and on my old pc could use the F keys.
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Post time 2019-06-12 10:42:47 | Show all posts
damien4482 replied at 2019-06-11 19:30
its a normal full size wireless keyboard i used on my old pc. i know the keyboard works before windo ...

Our machine enters the BIOS setting by pressing the Delete button on the keyboard instead of ESC, so it may enter the BIOS automatically, your keyboard does not take effect. In the BIOS you can try to restore the factory settings by pressing F3, then press F4 to save the settings.
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 Author| Post time 2019-06-12 15:18:47 | Show all posts
well the post screen shows to press either ESC or Delete to enter bios. i did F3 and then F4. pc refused to boot past bios so had to turn of pc and turn the main power off at the plug. turned back on and pc booted. i also managed to get to the boot device list as you can see bellow.
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Post time 2019-06-13 14:24:11 | Show all posts
damien4482 replied at 2019-06-12 15:18
well the post screen shows to press either ESC or Delete to enter bios. i did F3 and then F4. pc ref ...

The picture you sent shows that the boot menu of the machine is arranged normally. The first one is the windows system, the second is the BIOS setting. When you start the machine, will it automatically enter the BIOS settings?
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 Author| Post time 2019-06-13 15:20:02 | Show all posts
from a power off state it almost always boots to bios unless you have turned off the plug socket for a couple of minutes then it will boot to windows. its almost like its found a fault with one of the usb's thats plugged in so stops and loads the bios to fix the error. i did confirm that my usb devices arnt causing this issue as i removed them all and still booted to bios
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 Author| Post time 2019-12-09 19:05:56 | Show all posts
Edited by damien4482 at 2019-12-09 23:21

almost 6 months beelink and no reply. my problem is still on going. I now just never turn off my pc to avoid it not re-starting. now ive had 3 power cuts in the last few days and each time took me 1 hour to get it to boot up each time. is there an actual fix for this? could it be that I was given the wrong windows link to re install windows when I upgraded the ssd?. a solution would be nice.
i notice lots of users with issues since the latest windows update with hard drive not showing in the boot menu. i also have this problem when pressing F7 for the boot menu as it shows no harddrives. do i need to update bios as its still on what ever it came with and dont fancy turning it off to find out what version it is to not turn back on again.
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