Prevent Windows 10 to change itself UEFI BIOS boot order after deploying
Before deploying Windows 10 Pro x64 to PC, UEFI BIOS boot order is:
#1 - UEFI: PXE IPv4 Intel I211 Gigabit Network Connection
#2 - Windows Boot Manager
After deploying Windows 10 Pro x64 to PC, Windows 10 once changes UEFI BIOS boot order itself to:
#1 - Windows Boot Manager
#2 - UEFI: PXE IPv4 Intel I211 Gigabit Network Connection
How could I prevent Windows 10 to change itself UEFI BIOS boot order after deploying?
I experience such problem on Asrock-X570 Phantom Gaming4, MSI Z370-A PRO, MSI H270 PC MATE, MSI H170A PC MATE motherboards. But MSI Z77A-G43 motherboard is OK, Windows 10 doesn’t change itself UEFI BIOS boot order after deploying.
EFI BOOT EXIT TYPE - REFIND_EFI
BOOT EXIT TYPE - SANBOOT
Windows image: WIndows 10 20h2 Pro 64 bit with GPT partition tables
@nockdown You might check the UEFI/BIOS firmware settings to see if you can disable the automatic boot order switch. Or maybe even contact Asrock to see what they can offer.
Thank you very much for reply!
@nockdown We have had a few reports of this behaviour in the past. FOG does not touch the UEFI entries nor the boot order. Seems like some UEFI firmware is trying to be smart - changing boot order and sometimes even adding of entries automatically. Not much we can to about this in FOG, I am afraid.