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ASUS Splash Screen Stays on at Post....

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Not sure if you can solve this but the ASUS Splash Screen comes on at POST I have a M3A78 EMH-HDMI Motherboard and the instruction says TAB to Display post BIOS Messages. If I don't hit TAB the Splash screen stays there until I do hit TAB.

Once I press TAB it takes several minutes to eventually (Idunno time out?) and then Windows loads just fine. This is a X64 Quad Core system by the way. Any Ideas on what Software to Run or how to remedy this irritating problem?

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AFAIK splash screens are generally controlled in your CMOS settings, you'll need to hit DEL on POST (Power On Self Test) alternatively called a 'boot up' to access your CMOS panel.

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