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    Woah, looks like I'm wrong on that. So Logitech bought them out a while ago and looking at the logitech site there are new drivers finally from just a month ago! That's awesome. They're also listed as signed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Disable CSM

    Set Secure Boot to Other Os

    Then install windows and all should be good, the only thing you should have to do after installation is update the Nvidia driver. You can check device manager for any yellow triangles but there shouldn't be any.
    Hmm, I do have CSM on currently (probably set it like that when I built it not knowing what it did) and I do already have secure boot set to other OS. If I leave it like that but shut off CSM will I be able to use large partition hard drives? My understanding was that this is the "legacy BIOS" mode that uses MBR partitions which have a 2TB drive limit instead of the newer GPT style but maybe I'm just still confused or something? Ugh, never had a windows install be this confusing before and been building my own PC's for like 18 years

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    Don't make it more difficult than it is, it's quite simple.

    I'm pretty sure you can use up to 4TB drives without issue.

    As I said earlier you won't have to create any partitions, windows 10 will take care of that at the beginning of the installation. Just be sure to have only one drive connected when installing windows.

    Go for it and update us as you go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Don't make it more difficult than it is, it's quite simple.

    I'm pretty sure you can use up to 4TB drives without issue.

    As I said earlier you won't have to create any partitions, windows 10 will take care of that at the beginning of the installation. Just be sure to have only one drive connected when installing windows.

    Go for it and update us as you go.

    LOL so I played with the settings at lunch (with my current MBR partitioned drive still installed, haven't swapped over yet) and now I'm confused how those boot settings work. I'm currently in the following

    CSM:
    [Enabled]

    Secure Boot:
    [Other OS]


    If I set the following I get a boot error that it doesn't support the device. I assume it's looking for a GPT partitioned device to boot in UEFI mode, but I thought "Other OS" is the legacy BIOS mode that supports MBR partitions no matter what.

    CSM:
    [Disabled]

    Secure Boot:
    [Other OS]

    So is this actually the way to turn on UEFI mode but have secure boot disabled vs. doing the following and then doing a "Delete PK" in the Secure Boot menu? I thought you need to do this and then delete that key to get UEFI with secure boot disabled..............

    CSM:
    [Disabled]

    Secure Boot:
    [Windows UEFI Mode]

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    Hokay.................... Google FTW finally. Ran across this on an old ROG article about the Rampage IV boards. Seems like Asus is using the same methodology still in naming BIOS options. Yay I finally understand what to do (and I think a lot of people have been shutting secure boot off the wrong way lol)

    ASUS UEFI has two settings:

    1. "Windows UEFI": This setting turns Secure Boot on. This opens a sub-menu that allows "Custom" mode as described above.
    2. "Other OS": This setting turns it off and contrary to what the name suggests this is what you should set if you use or plan to use Windows in UEFI mode and don't want Secure Boot.

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    CSM - Disabled

    Secure Boot - Other Os

    Now all you do is select your install media with UEFI in front of it, then hit F10 and Enter. Your pc reboots and at the beginning of the install select advanced options and delete all the partitions on the drive then proceed to install windows.

    After windows installs, Boot Option 1 should be "Windows Boot Manager" with your ssd.

    How is it going ?

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    I'll hopefully get it in there later tonight Just been researching on breaks at work to figure this stuff out. Seems like I finally got it lol. I even just found a youtube video of someone showing disabling secure boot on a Z170 Asus board and interestingly when he deleted the PK's and reboots it actually changes the Secure Boot setting to "Other OS" from "Windows UEFI". So yeah really makes sense now. Sorry if I seemed a bit dense there. This is my first UEFI board (even though I've had it for 3 years) but I've never really dealt with much of the boot stuff on it.

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    Ok, when you get home and get ready to do it, you can post the steps you're taking.

    Once you get it installing you'll be like is that all there is to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Ok, when you get home and get ready to do it, you can post the steps you're taking.

    Once you get it installing you'll be like is that all there is to it?
    Yeah, I think the problem was Asus made some poor choices in naming the options so it made it really confusing. I kept thinking "other OS" was for non-UEFI i.e. Legacy BIOS mode when it's totally not the case. It all makes a LOT more sense now that I found that article explaining it.

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    Great, I'll be waiting to hear how it goes.

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