Changing Boot Priority. MSI MS-7758v3.0, Z77A-G43 GAMING, GT75 Titan (Intel® 9th Gen) (GeForce ), H61M-P31/W8, MS-7622v1.0, J1800I , J1900I, MS-7615, MS-7551v1.1, Z77A-G45 GAMING

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Changing Boot Priority. MSI MS-7758v3.0, Z77A-G43 GAMING, GT75 Titan (Intel® 9th Gen) (GeForce ), H61M-P31/W8, MS-7622v1.0, J1800I , J1900I, MS-7615, MS-7551v1.1, Z77A-G45 GAMING | Manualzz

Software Application Guide

Changing Boot Priority

Boot priority specifies the order in which the computer searches for a bootable operating system. You can set your system to boot from devices in order. The computer will sequentially check the bootable device and load the operating system from the first one it finds.

Your mainboard can boot from devices include HDDs, USB drives, CD/DVD drives,

Network devices, UEFI and BEV. CLICK BIOS II offers alternate boot devices allow you to specify the boot device priority by two methods:

▶ From the Boot device priority bar

High priority Low priority

This bar shows the priority of the boot devices. The light icons indicate that the devices are available. Click and draw the icon to left or right to specify the boot priority.

■ Boot device icon list

USB Drive

USB hard disk drive

BEV

Hard disk drive

USB floppy

Disable

Optical disk

USB optical drive

LAN

UEFI

▶ From the Boot menu

Enter the Boot menu by clicking the “Boot” tab button on the “SETTINGS” BIOS menu.

In the Boot menu, you can choose from 1st to 9th boot device priority. In addition, you can specify Hard Disk Drive/ Network Device/ CD/DVD ROM Drive/ BEV Device BBS

Priorities (you may need to scroll down to find them).

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Key Features

  • AMD Socket AM2
  • ATX AMD 770 7.1 channels
  • 4 Maximum internal memory: 8 GB

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