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What can cause the order of drives in boot manager to change on its own?


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Hi, everyone,

 

For a long time now, every few days the order of the drives in the list of boot drives in the BIOS (BOOT OPTIONS PRIORITIES, GYGABYTE B450 AORUS ELITE) has changed on its own, instead of being fixed forever and ever on boot manager.

This means that when booting, I have to restart the computer, enter the BIOS settings, change the order again and save and run again, only it does not really help.

 

Attaches an image as of the primer settings as they should be.

 

Suggestions for resolving the issue?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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Something did not appear to me in the settings in the last two lines

 

Why LEGACY ONLY?

And so on in the line below.

 

Besides, you can save the settings as a memory setting

And in case of need just load it back.

It does not really answer the question, but will ease the frustration a bit.

 

Try also what is said here - 

https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/544717-gigabyte-motherboard-keeps-reverting-hdd-boot-priorites

 

 

And here - 

https://linustechtips.com/topic/1141631-boot-order-keeps-getting-changed/

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