Graphics Output Protocol

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Płyta MSI B460M Pro-VDH Wifi procesor i5 10400F, karta Radeon RX550 Jak w tytule, przy próbie zmiany w biosie na UEFI za każdym razem wywala mnie na CSM
 

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MSI B460M Pro-VDH Wifi i5 10400F processor, Radeon RX550 card As in the title, when I try to change the bios to UEFI it crashes me on CSM every time Attachments
 

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Check with your GPU manufacturer for GOP vBIOS.
 

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Yes. The older cards have a VBIOS (Video BIOS), which works well together with an old mainboard BIOS (or a newer mainboard BIOS set to CSM/Legacy mode) and an old OS such as Windows 7.
But nowadays, with the BIOS set to UEFI mode, it requires the graphics card to have a GOP (Graphics Output Protocol driver). Since only Windows 7 (or an old Win10 installation that was done in CSM/Legacy mode) need a VBIOS, but a new installation will use UEFI + GOP anyway, the old VBIOS is simply not supported in UEFI mode.

First, update your mainboard BIOS to the newest one: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B460M-PRO-VDH-WIFI

If that doesn't help, then to get rid of that message, you need to update the graphics card's BIOS. You can look here for an appropriate one,
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios...el=RX+550&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since=

First do additional research, i am sure people had that problem before.

If none of the above solves it, you have to set the BIOS to CSM/Legacy mode. But that means Windows 11 won't be happy.
 
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