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How do I get the Computer Manufacturer Logo on BootScreen?

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    How do I get the Computer Manufacturer Logo on BootScreen?


    I sent my Asus laptop in for support, and they sent it back to me and the Asus Boot Logo is not there anymore, it is the normal Blue 8 Logo. How do I restore this?

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    Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit


    I have an option in my BIOS, don't know if Asus does to.
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    win8.1.1 enterprise


    if it does its likely called Asus boot screen ,but I don't see the need for it as all it does is hide what on the screen behind it .computer will still take the same amount of time to boot or it might take a little longer
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    Windows 3.1 > Windows 10


    with newer PC - if it boots to a windows logo that means it is booting via MBR-Bios

    If it boots to an OEM logo it is booting to UEFI

    Maybe they went from UEFI to BIOS Boot

    Or maybe a setting
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    Quote Originally Posted by KYHI View Post
    with newer PC - if it boots to a windows logo that means it is booting via MBR-Bios

    If it boots to an OEM logo it is booting to UEFI

    Maybe they went from UEFI to BIOS Boot

    Or maybe a setting

    How do I switch this back in the BIOS? I see no option for UEFI AHCI or anything.
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    I reinstalled windows and converted the drive to GDP and got no luck. I probably need the manufacturera boot disk in assuming. It was set up as an MBR priory which I was not happy about.
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    Linux Lite 3.2 x64


    Check out this thread: How to change Windows 8 boot logo (OEM style)? - Super User

    disclaimer: have never tried it myself or heard of it before.
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    Windows 3.1 > Windows 10
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    Fixed the issue. I just went to BIOS and reset to defaults. I also used this video to change from MBR to GPT.

    Links:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2iFj56NDg8
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