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    Quote Originally Posted by tranter View Post
    I believe I was installing the driver updates every time there was an update available since I was having a separate game-crashing issue and hoped updated drivers would help. Therefore, I believe I had installed 381.65 and 381.89, and both continued the mischaracterized BIOS issue. I am not sure if I had ever installed 382.05, but I want to say that I rolled back to 378.92 before that release.

    Since the rollback to 378.92, no issues regarding the mischaracterized BIOS glitches AND no game-crashing issues so I have not updated the graphics drivers again since.
    Just wanted to chime in since I noticed a few posts about gfx drivers and say that I have also found 378.92 to be the most stable Nvidia driver in many months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranter View Post
    I believe I was installing the driver updates every time there was an update available since I was having a separate game-crashing issue and hoped updated drivers would help. Therefore, I believe I had installed 381.65 and 381.89, and both continued the mischaracterized BIOS issue. I am not sure if I had ever installed 382.05, but I want to say that I rolled back to 378.92 before that release.

    Since the rollback to 378.92, no issues regarding the mischaracterized BIOS glitches AND no game-crashing issues so I have not updated the graphics drivers again since.
    That's correct. Driver 381.65 has this boot issue. It took me a long time to figure out what the problem was. Nearly stuffed up my OS because of it and I definitely did something to my BIOS because now it starts twice when power is cut off from the computer. I'm on an old BIOS so I might upgrade to 3401 and see if fixes this issue.
    Nvidia driver 382.05 has addressed the initial problem that started with 381.65 and it works fine as I have been using it for a few weeks now.

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    Logitech G510 boot/bios issue

    In reference to others, I am also having an issue with my Logitech G510s keyboard not being recognized on boot or in bios after updating to ver.3401, works fine in windows 10 with creators update. Plugged in an ancient usb keyboard (incidentally chewed by my dear Great Dane and patched :P ) and it works on boot and in bios. Hoping someone has found an answer to this as google and forum searches have turned up nothing that I have found System is Asus Z170-a with /I7 6700k. Any help would be greatly appreciated !

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    When you flash the BIOS, does the PC go into windows on its own after it's flashed or does it take you back to the BIOS first? The reason I ask this is because I need to disable a few things in BIOS before booting into windows as I do not want windows to install drivers which I don't need. I'm booting off the M.2 drive and I don't really want to disconnect it if I don't have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aceisme View Post
    When you flash the BIOS, does the PC go into windows on its own after it's flashed or does it take you back to the BIOS first? The reason I ask this is because I need to disable a few things in BIOS before booting into windows as I do not want windows to install drivers which I don't need. I'm booting off the M.2 drive and I don't really want to disconnect it if I don't have to.
    You just keep pressing the Delete button on your keyboard after updating BIOS and reboot- Simple as that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsir View Post
    You just keep pressing the Delete button on your keyboard after updating BIOS and reboot- Simple as that.
    Yes but the PC usually boots a few times during the update and I don't want to stuff up the update with the Delete key. Maybe I'll just remove the M.2 drive to be on the safe side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aceisme View Post
    Yes but the PC usually boots a few times during the update and I don't want to stuff up the update with the Delete key. Maybe I'll just remove the M.2 drive to be on the safe side.
    In my case, after the flash is complete, I am welcomed with a screen to press F1 to enter BIOS and configure my settings. So I am not forwarded immediately to Windows boot which seems to be what you'd want. I am not sure, however, if this is the case for all motherboards and PC configurations so other forum users may share their experience too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenny View Post
    In my case, after the flash is complete, I am welcomed with a screen to press F1 to enter BIOS and configure my settings. So I am not forwarded immediately to Windows boot which seems to be what you'd want. I am not sure, however, if this is the case for all motherboards and PC configurations so other forum users may share their experience too.
    Using an M.2 for boot drive/Windows drive, I also get the F1 setup screen after bios flash and with only one reboot via the bios flash utility.

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    Thanks guys. That's good to know it gives you the option to go into BIOS after the BIOS upgrade. I'll just create an OS restore point prior just in case. Current BIOS is 1302 so hopefully there will be no issues going straight to this latest 3401.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aceisme View Post
    Thanks guys. That's good to know it gives you the option to go into BIOS after the BIOS upgrade. I'll just create an OS restore point prior just in case. Current BIOS is 1302 so hopefully there will be no issues going straight to this latest 3401.
    Expect several restarts while BIOS is getting updated; nothing to worry about if PC is reset several times and do not touch anything until you see the "Press F1 to enter BIOS" message.

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