- Mar 21, 2011
- GA-Z390-Aorus Pro
- RX 590
This isn't the answer you want, but you need to get into BIOS to change the boot order. Somehow the boot order got corrupted, and Windows Boot Manager ended up as the first boot device. I have had lots of trouble with my Designare (and Aorus Pro) getting into the BIOS menu after I get the Gigabyte splash screen. I need to mash the proper keys repeatedly, and, about 1 time out of 5, I get the BIOS setup screen. Often, instead I have to mash the F12 key repeatedly, which, when it the keystroke is recognized, at the bottom of the list of boot choices is a link to BIOS setup.Yeah, what I'm trying to say is the BIOS screen doesn't show. It goes straight into Windows after boot; no splash screen. I can't get into the BIOS to change the boot drive when this happens.I just have to pull the CMOST battery out.
I haven't tried any USB-c devices. I can try but I think I only have a Android phone, not sure that would help you with a dock or some other peripherals.