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The bootable USB drive wasn’t made correctly this is likely the problem. With Rufus you need to explicitly select UEFI/GPT before burning. Also assure the downloaded ISO isn't corrupt. Use a different USB key just in case.


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I faced the same problem on supermicro X12DPU-6. post code did not go beyond 92. I took out the CMOS battery, turned it over and attached the positive terminal to the board contacts. I held it for 1 minute, with the power turned off, of course. After that inserted the battery normally and started the server. I was able to go into bios and make settings


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Disable fastboot in Windows and BIOS.


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Ok, afrer a while I found out the issue. I'm using an Odyssey G9 monitor and it has the option to "lock" the Refresh Rate. In my case it was set up to 240Hz which made my screen look black as default UEFI interface refresh rate was 60Hz. I switched the Display Port 1.4 Cable for an old HDMI 2.0 and connected it directly to the RTX Card, which made ...


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I'm seeing a few things that may help you troubleshoot your issue. In UEFI mode, your Secure Boot status reports Setup mode rather than Enabled. This appears to hint at your Secure Boot configuration either missing the default keys or not being completed. The first thing I would do is disable Secure Boot altogether and see if that works better. It appears ...


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Possibly you are not pressing the correct button to enter BIOS. The key could be any key, so try mashing the buttons on your keyboard at startup?


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plug the keyboard into one of the usb ports under the ethernet jack (worth a shot) also, what other display outputs does the motherboard have? try to troubleshoot using other video outputs and see if you can get any video pre-windows (maybe the mobo manual is wrong about which keys to press?)


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Try turning Windows 10 Fast Start OFF (System Properties or in your Power Plan Settings). Then start the machine and let it run for a few minutes. Now, Restart (not shutdown). Restart tends to be slower (at least on the machines I use). On two of my machines, on Restart, there is a screen message saying "Press enter to interrupt startup". Watch ...


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Thanks for your suggestions, yet they were not usefull. Finally, the way I solved my problem, was to update the BIOS of my AsRock AB350 pro4 to version P5.00. Previously it was P4.60. After the update, it was able to correctly detect the UEFI Windows 10 USB.


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