Go to Advanced Options > Boot > CSM and configure the CSM (Compatibility Support Module) settings to enable the boot device.
Start the computer, and also hold down the F2 and Delete key combination before it can be said that the computer has started.
Use the leftmost or rightmost arrow to navigate to the Download tab.
Scroll down to the category (csm support module compatibility).
Now set the csm boot option to Enabled/Disabled.
CSM stands for “Compatibility for Support Modules”. This is an optional tool that includes all UEFI firmware that provides legacy BIOS compatibility. CSM provides backwards compatibility beyond booting the computer as if you were using a legacy BIOS setting. It also allows you to use older operating systems that do not support UEFI.
Restart the kiosk.
Click OK when accessing the main BIOS screen.
In the lower right corner, click the “Default On (F5)” button.
Click “Yes” to confirm “Load optimized default settings”.
Legacy (CSM) and UEFI are different ways to boot from drives (which are most likely in the form of SSD tags). The CSM uses a 512-byte MBR (Master Boot Record) to run all system operations. UEFI uses files on a large partition (usually 100MB) to trigger a multilevel operation.
CSM uses an MBR (Master Boot Record) on a specific 512 byte partition to boot each of our operating systems. UEFI uses files after one large partition (usually 100MB) loads the OS. They usually still need an MBR to exist. And mbr GPT generally has different specifications for formatting disk partitions.
Hello, first you need to find and disable “Secure Boot Control”. Save and stop. Go into BIOS again and hence look for UEFI Boot or Complementary and change it to CSM (usually in advanced settings).
Enable Legacy/CSM Boot Support in UEF FirmwarePress and hold the power icon on the Windows About 8 login screen, slide the Shift key and press Restart. Instead, after a hard reboot, Windows will display your site on a screen like the following and ask you to select one of the options. Click on more options.
This option is usually found on most Security, Startup or Compression tabs, Authentication tab. Look at Boot Mode, UEFI Boot, CSM Startup or whatever it’s called, change roaming mode from UEFI to Legacy/CSM: remove the UEFI boot option and enable CSM startup support.
The CSM settings are usually found in the boot menu. A fact that shines. I even installed Windows 10 on a new Asus computer through the same USB without any problems. I held down esc and chose the boot device selection method – held F2, selected in the BIOS and booted from the boot menu and yes. I shared the USB as the first bootable gadget. It’s just always ignored.
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