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Old 16-04-16, 06:33 PM
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Today 2 times pc refuse enter to UEFI. Mobo faulty?

Hi. I dont know why today 2 times my pc refues enter to UEFI. I was entering DEL and black screen and nothing happened. Now its ok. But it happened 2 times and i dont know why. It is something wrong with pc?

My mobo is Asus Sabertooth Z97 Mark 2
CPU is 4790k no OC
Ram 2x8GB Kingston Hyperx 1600mhz

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Old 16-04-16, 06:35 PM
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I heard that this can be a thing.
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Old 16-04-16, 06:36 PM
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quick boot enabled, very short window to press the required key
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Old 16-04-16, 06:36 PM
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no nothing is wrong with your pc, but your timing for smashing the 'delete' key needs some work...
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Old 16-04-16, 06:37 PM
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I was pressing DEL and pc not enter to UEFI like it should, but i was stuck in black screen. And nothing worked. So i was force hard reset. It shouldnt happening.
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Old 16-04-16, 06:38 PM
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no nothing is wrong with your pc, but your timing for smashing the 'delete' key needs some work...
I recommend a hammer.
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Old 16-04-16, 06:39 PM
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Jesus these threads are coming fast, are you on the same rate as WYP?

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Old 16-04-16, 06:42 PM
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Can somebody explain me what can be reason? If pc not enter to UEFI if i am pressing correctly DEL and i have black screen and i must use hard reset.
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Old 16-04-16, 06:45 PM
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Could be your monitor.
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Old 16-04-16, 06:49 PM
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Could be a local quantum anomaly. I have heard that (according to Schroedinger) some things may in fact be working and broken at the same time. Without observation, we can never know what state the hardware is in. The only issue that arises after observation is that that state can change.

So the question is it broken or fixed? Maybe if you walk away and don't observe your hardware, the balance will be restored in the force.
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