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Zapablast05
01-06-08, 07:35 AM
I have a Gigabyte nforce 570 SLi motherboard and I'm trying to figure out how to turn off that DMI check/enable Quick Boot. It's really annoying because after it does the DMI check, it asks me that stupid boot from disk thing. Does anyone with a GB mobo know how to turn off that DMI check? If so, please help because I don't know where it is :(. Thanks in advance

-Zapa

bacon12
01-06-08, 01:33 PM
I don't think I understand? If I set the boot proirity to hd, then it boots the first hd listed.

Xion X2
01-06-08, 02:56 PM
^What he said. Go into your BIOS into boot priorities and set it to boot off your first hard drive.

Zapablast05
01-06-08, 03:17 PM
Well, what I want to do is turn of the DMI check completely. I'm tired of seeing the IRQ assignments. I have all my boot settings to default. I'm just tired of seeing this everytime I boot, it takes up boot time:

*NOTE: This picture is only for instructional purposes and not really from my computer.

http://www.staudio.de/kb/english/pcidevice/devicelisting.gif

bacon12
01-06-08, 03:18 PM
I see what your saying now. have no idea how to turn that off. Out of curosity does you bios say no any drives found after that? LOL

Xion X2
01-06-08, 03:22 PM
There should be a "Quick Boot" option somewhere in your BIOS that will skip most of that, then. Check under your boot priorites section or general options.

Zapablast05
01-06-08, 04:09 PM
There should be a "Quick Boot" option somewhere in your BIOS that will skip most of that, then. Check under your boot priorites section or general options.

That's what I'm looking for. I don't know if my BIOS has it under a different name. I looked almost everywhere. Here's what my BIOS looks like:

http://www.in4.pl/recenzje/355/2g1.jpg


@bacon12: I've never seen my computer ask me if there were any "any drives" after I boot.