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Windows 7: Fast Boot etc.

14 Sep 2015   #1

Fast Boot etc.

Hi. Is there anything else to turn off in bios like fast boot. I have been getting a lot of screen door effect on desktop and what look like antialiasing problems in games. when the camera is still the objects would be jaggy and when moving the camera they would go smooth but also shimmer. This is the video I posted of mad max with the problem.

How ever today I decided to disable fast boot and a lot has improved and even the screen door effect as when you move a web page the text shimmers but that's stopped since turning off fast boot. I also get what I use to get when turning on the PC be for windows shows a spec of my PC what is connected etc when that also didn't work be for.

Asus H61M-k Mobo
Asus 970 Strix GTX
Asus VG27HE Monitor
I7 3770k 3.50GHZ

Any help in setting this bios up would be so grateful. Thanks.

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14 Sep 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Fast Boot sometimes cause issues as some drivers would fail to load due to the speed of the boot. I can't think of any other specific settings in BIOS that would help.
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15 Sep 2015   #3


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
Fast Boot sometimes cause issues as some drivers would fail to load due to the speed of the boot. I can't think of any other specific settings in BIOS that would help.
I didn't no that thank you. I am prepared to format again. Is it best to start at default bios and then set bios fast boot to disable as this is enabled at default setting. Then format to make sure that fast boot never had interfered with anything in first place?.

Also what about boot option

Launch CSM Enabled

Boot device control UEFI and Legacy

Boot from network device Legacy OpROM First

Boot from storage device Legacy OpROM First

Boot from PCIE/PCI Expansion devices Legacy OpROM First

Any help in setting these up would be great full.
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15 Sep 2015   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

I don't think you should re-install, once you set BIOS Fast Boot off, it is off. Doesn't change the installation in any way.

You don't need to touch the other settings since your Windows is loading.

If you are still having issues, you should solve them within Windows. Write here if you do.
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