Since a few days, my bios (Asus P8H67 ACPI BIOS Revision 3801) doesn't remember the boot order at startup so I get the following message:
Reboot and Select proper Boot device
or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key_
When going into the bios panel, I get that:
As you can see, the following default boot order is:
1- My SATA SSD Drive (Probably the legacy way)
2- Windows UEFI Partition on my SATA SSD Drive
3- Ubuntu UEFI Partition on my SATA SSD Drive
It seems like it is not able to boot from the SATA drive alone.
If I set Windows or Ubuntu as first, it will boot fine, but it will be back to default the next reboot...
I don't think the motherboard battery is at fault, since other bios settings are remembered correctly, and the clock time is correct. It really only forgets the boot order.
A fix I thought of was to switch the
PCI ROM Priority from
Legacy ROM to
EFI Compatible ROM, but once this is changed, the bios doesn't boot at all, and gets stuck forever at the boot screen.
The BIOS firmware version is the latest on date.
I've seen an other topic about a similar situation, like this one:
ASUS BIOS keeps resetting Boot priority to Windows Boot Manager before UEFI
But the solution there seems to be enable/disable settings that I dont even have on my own BIOS (
Secure Boot Control).
Is my motherboard fried, or is there a configuration that could work for good?
Thanks for any tip!