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    ASUS ROG Maximus Hero VI (BIOS 1902)

    HI there,
    I updated to the lastest BIOS to upgrade to Windows 11 for testing.
    Since that, my PC is booting twice after a cold boot.

    I read a lot that this is a normal behaviour but this is a bit annoying.
    Is there a way to disable that?

    What is happening?
    After turning the Power on, the PC shuts down again for 2 sec and after that boots as usual.

    I dont have this issues with the previous BIOS.


    Cheers
    Bernd

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    Hello fresH229,

    Are you turning off the psu when you shut down? If so, it's normal to do a double boot.

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    ROG Member Array fresH229 PC Specs
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    Hey,
    yes but as I already wrote this double boot was not happening before the Bios update (with the same settings used)
    There must be some changes that this is happening now.
    Correction: Its Bios Version 1903

    Cheers
    Bernd

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    If your having problems with the new bios try flashing the old bios and just enable tpm and secure boot in the bios

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