Install Windows 10 with BIOS Legacy Mode

simoom

Active Member
hi
currently windows 10 is installed with UEFI mode in my ASUS notebook. the harddisk is in GPT partitioning style. so when i turn on my notebook, i am getting ASUS logo while booting up instead of the blue coloured windows logo.


i want to make a clean installation of windows to bring back the windows logo while booting up.

just learned that the UEFI system causes the disappearance of the windows logo.

how can i make a clean installation of windows with Bios Legacy mode?

thanks
 


kemical

Windows Forum Admin
Staff member
Premium Supporter
Hi Simoom,
I don't think it's the GPT partition thats causing the flash screen but a setting in the Bios. You should be able to turn it off. I'm running a UEFI bios and I see the win logo just fine although If I wish i can go into the bios and enable the Gigabyte flash screen instead.
 


Sonny

Excellent Member
Hi Simoom, Kemical is right. I don't know what brand your motherboard is but I can enable or disable mine in the boot section.

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Sonny

Excellent Member
Sorry Simoom, I missed the part of you having a ASUS.
 


Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
This isn't a bug. This is normal behavior for a UEFI boot.
 


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