The best way to accomplish this is to keep your motherboard's BIOS and chipset drivers up to date.Many motherboard manufacturers release updates that resolve crucial issues related to system crashes and/or slow performance.Basically just click “I agree” and OK and the updater will go through the process, then it will reboot your computer. Windows won’t boot / the computer keeps restarting after the motherboard logo!A: Okay so what’s basically happened is that after updating the BIOS, all of the BIOS settings you had were reset back to the default, or changed in some way.
Uninstalled items and items with newer version will be listed in this area.A: The BIOS update most likely did something to your boot sequence.At [Live Update] page, there are two ways to scan update items, includes [Manual], and [Automatic Scan].Choose [Automatic Scan], system will automatically scan all the items and search for the latest update files.
Or you can choose [Manual] and select the items you wish to scan.
Consult your Motherboard Manual Before Making Changes Editing the system BIOS and motherboard settings improperly can result in system failure.