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    Question Display Boot Option Control

    I have a GA-Z77X-UP7. Within the bios appears this option:
    "Display Control Boot Option
    Allows you to select Whether to enable the UEFI or legacy option ROM for the graphics controller.
    Disabled Disables option ROM.
    Enables only legacy Legacy Option ROM only. (Default)
    Enables only UEFI UEFI Option ROM only.
    First Legacy Enables legacy option ROM first.
    First UEFI UEFI Enables option ROM first.
    This item is configurable Only When CSM Support is Set to Always. "
    Someone I can explain it for?

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    Default Re: Display Boot Option Control

    Anyone?

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    Default Re: Display Boot Option Control

    I don't understand your question, can you elaborate?

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