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Change bios splash screen on MSI Gaming Pro Carbon?

Hey folks.

I've been looking into the MSI Gaming Pro Carbon Z170A mobo and think it's really sweet. The only thing I hate about it is the super ugly splash screen that shows when you turn the computer on.

Does anybody know if there is a way to change/remove the bios splash screen?

Thanks :)
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    Sure can.

    In the BIOS options, under BOot:

    Full Screen Logo Display [Enabled]
    Enables or disables to show the full screen logo while system POST.
    [Enabled] Shows the logo in full screen.
    [Disabled] Shows the POST messages.
  2. festerovic said:
    Sure can.

    In the BIOS options, under BOot:

    Full Screen Logo Display [Enabled]
    Enables or disables to show the full screen logo while system POST.
    [Enabled] Shows the logo in full screen.
    [Disabled] Shows the POST messages.


    Awesome. Thanks for the quick reply! :)
  3. festerovic said:
    Sure can.

    In the BIOS options, under BOot:

    Full Screen Logo Display [Enabled]
    Enables or disables to show the full screen logo while system POST.
    [Enabled] Shows the logo in full screen.
    [Disabled] Shows the POST messages.


    BTW, do you know how the splash/post screen looks when you choose to disable it? If so, mind sharing?
  4. davidtho said:
    Hey folks.

    I've been looking into the MSI Gaming Pro Carbon Z170A mobo and think it's really sweet. The only thing I hate about it is the super ugly splash screen that shows when you turn the computer on.

    Does anybody know if there is a way to change/remove the bios splash screen?

    Thanks :)

    Today I have tryed many setting on bios... about boot
    Dunno exactly why... But from Bios in advanced setting, if you enable w8.1/10 and disable w7 you get a more minimal boot logo, without the overlay of w10 circle with black background on it (as this minimal is mostly black)


    Sorry for ot, also i was use msi fast boot, that was make bios img last just a sec, and the circle problem was gone. After install all again on a ssd this wont work anymore...
    Also i was use mouse server, and this either wont autorun, and even not work if I open it myself
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