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Настройки UEFI ноутбука (в картинках): расшифровка основных параметров

Доброго времени суток всем!

В последние несколько лет вместо всем привычного BIOS на компьютерах и ноутбуках стал появляться UEFI (если кратко, то для обычного пользователя отличий не так уж и много: появилась возможность управлять мышкой, графический интерфейс, поддержка дисков более 2 ТБ, ну и возникшая необходимость подготовки установочной флешки особым образом).

Примечание : фото и скрины в статье настроек UEFI приведены с ноутбука Asus (линейка ZenBook). Основные разделы и параметры в большинстве устройств будут идентичными (хотя, конечно, могут быть и отличия: дать универсальный вариант просто нереально).

Основные разделы и настройки

(на примере ноутбуков Asus)

Как войти в UEFI

Да в общем-то также, как и в BIOS – есть несколько способов. Приведу кратко их ниже.

Нажимайте несколько раз кнопку входа в BIOS (F2/Esc) до появления логотипа (и во время его отображения)

Как войти в BIOS (UEFI) на компьютере или ноутбуке [инструкция] – https://ocomp.info/kak-voyti-v-bios.html

Если у вас установлена ОС Windows 8/10 (и с ней все в порядке, т.е. она загружается)

Обновление и безопасность – восстановление – особые варианты загрузки / Windows 10

Параметры встроенного ПО

Инструкция: как войти в UEFI (BIOS) из интерфейса Windows 8, 10 (без использования спец. клавиш F2, Del и др.) – https://ocomp.info/kak-voyti-v-bios-iz-windows.html

Кнопки управления

Как и в BIOS в UEFI также для справки приведены все клавиши управления (обычно справа). Также не могу не отметить, что в UEFI параметры можно менять с помощью мышки (чего раньше и представить было нельзя ✌).

Основные клавиши управления:

Разделы в UEFI (вкладки)

Основное окно

Появляется сразу же после того, как вы заходите в UEFI. В нем представлено достаточно много полезной информации:

Обратите внимание на нижнюю часть окна (там все самое интересное 😉):

Boot Menu (загрузочное меню)

Boot Menu необходимо для того, чтобы просмотреть все загрузочные накопители (флешки, диски и пр.), подключенные к устройству. По сути говоря, это список устройств, из которых можно выбрать одно из них, и произвести загрузку. Например, часто бывает необходимо загрузиться с установочной флешки, чтобы инсталлировать ОС Windows.

Для вызова Boot Menu – достаточно нажать по клавише F8 (или кликнуть мышкой по данному меню).

Просмотр загрузочного меню

Примечание : также Boot Menu можно вызвать при загрузке ноутбука, использовав спец. клавишу (для Asus эта клавиша Esc, нажимать нужно сразу же после включения устройства).

Main (базовые)

Основная (или базовая) вкладка UEFI, когда вы заходите в расширенные настройки. Из нее вы можете узнать:

Вкладка Main (основная)

Advanced (расширенные)

Один из главных разделов для задания множества архи-нужных параметров. Перечислю основные из них:

Что касается режима работы видеокарт (вкладка Graphics Cunfiguration):

Boot (загрузка)

Этот раздел, как следует из названия, отвечает за загрузку устройства: здесь можно указать, с какого носителя загружаться, использовать ли режим поддержки старых ОС и пр. При установке ОС Windows – изменять настройки требуется как раз здесь!

Об основных параметрах этого раздела (см. скрин ниже) :

Security (безопасность)

Перечислю основные опции:

Save & Exit (сохранить и выйти)

Раздел для сохранения и сброса настроек. В принципе, в него можно и не заходить, если оперировать кнопками F10 (это сохранение измененных параметров) и Esc (это выход из раздела/вкладки).

Тем не менее, приведу ниже основные опции:

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Laptop lid settings in Windows 10

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Welcome to Microsoft Community. Your interest in Windows 10 is much appreciated.

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Method 1:

I would suggest you to run the Power troubleshooter to diagnose the exact issue. Follow these steps:

a. Open Control Panel.

b. Type “ Troubleshooting ” without quotes in the Search box and hit enter.

c. Select “ System and Security ”.

d. Select “ Power ” option.

e. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Method 2:

I would suggest you to create a new power plan and check the issue status. Creating a new power might help you to diagnose the issue.

For reference: Power plans: Frequently asked questions.

Method 3:

Uninstall and reinstall the Display Driver and check. Refer to the following steps to uninstall Display Driver from the Device Manager

a. Click on Start icon.

b. Select “ Device Manager ”.

c. Locate and expand “ Display adapter

d. Right-click on the “ Display Device » and click on “ uninstall ”.

e. Restart the computer and check.

Keep us posted if you face any issues on windows in future. We will be glad to help you.

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Hi I have the same issue with my computer. I have recently upgraded my laptop to Windows 10 and since then my laptop shuts down when I close the lid. In the power settings, I have selected ‘Do nothing’ for both when the laptop is on battery and when it is plugged in. It is immensely frustrating to have to open everything again in order to continue on with work while I am at uni. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Another problem I am having is that the laptop seems to take a while to restart or load when I turn it on. Any suggestions for that problem as well?

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How To Close Laptop And Use External Monitor For Display On Windows 10

While it is not always necessary to run laptop with lid closed and connect it to an external monitor screen, in most cases, the laptop is connected to the external monitor when closing the lid. In this article, we will discuss two things:

When we connect to an external display, normally we use the external display as an extension to the laptop LCD. If it is not required and we are only using an external display, it would be better to close the laptop lid to save power and extend the laptop battery.

How to close laptop lid and use monitor without going to sleep or hibernate

After connecting your Windows laptop with the monitor, you would want to close the lid of your laptop but not let it shutdown as it will stop displaying everything on the monitor and furthermore it also helps you to save some battery on your laptop.

There are multiple ways to configure laptop lid settings. We will discuss three ways here.

Configure laptop lid close action settings in Power Options

From the left hand menu, select “Choose what closing the lid does”. Power options for lid closing open. In the drop down options of “when I close the lid” select “Do nothing”. After making these changes, click the Save changes option.

Now you can close the lid and still the display on the external display won’t be disturbed and the system keeps on running. This is the easiest way to run a laptop with lid closed.

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Configure lid close action option using Command Prompt

You can also use the below-given commands in Command Prompt to change the action for closing the laptop’s lid instantaneously.

To set the lid closing action to “do nothing” while on AC power, enter:

To set the lid closing action to “do nothing” while on DC/battery power, enter:

Configure lid close action settings using a script

You can also use a pre-configured script to change the actions for closing your laptop’s lid instantaneously. The script was created and then shared on Microsoft Technet Gallery for the public to use.

Connect laptop to monitor as external display

To connect your laptop with the screen you need to have a cable that connects the laptop with the external monitor, this cable is called an HDMI cable. While you can also use other means to connect to an external display like VGA, DisplayPort and DVI port, HDMI is the most used digital port of all.

Both the monitor and the laptop need HDMI connector port. Just insert one side in your laptop and the other into the monitor and everything on your laptop is now displayed on the monitor as well.

Change Display Settings to enable second display

All options are pretty self-explanatory. To connect to an external display and turn off the laptop display, you will select the fourth option “Second screen only”.

Laptop screen is always the primary screen by default. It will be disabled when the second screen only option is selected.

Adjust the audio output settings

Now you will get the sound from the monitor if it has a speaker or an audio/video peripheral.

For me this option is very useful as I keep my laptop running all the time. I have selected to do nothing when I close the lid while the laptop is connected to the power source. This helps me save power as well as use external monitor, speakers, keyboard and mouse.

One thing to note here is that if you restart your Windows computer, it will detect and activate the primary screen which is the laptop screen. The secondary screen will automatically get activated and the laptop screen will be turned off on the logon screen. So if you have a broken laptop screen, it will be difficult to start the computer as the laptop will always detect its own LCD as the primary display and will try to activate it until the system is fully booted.

What do you do when you want to run the laptop with lid closed?

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Windows 10 external monitor with lid closed but only when connected

I am using my Win 10 laptop either as a standalone laptop or in a desktop setup with an external monitor attached and my lid closed. What I want is that in my desktop environment, the computer doen’t go to sleep when I close the lid (I know how to do that in the energy settings) and when I use my laptop without an external monitor attached, then it should go to sleep when I close the lid.

How can I condition the energy behaviour on whether an external display is attached?

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I suggest you to try the steps below and check if it helps.

Run the Power Troubleshooter.

Power troubleshooter will automatically fix some common issues with Power Plans. Run the Power troubleshooter to adjust your computer’s power settings. The Power troubleshooter checks things like your computer’s timeout settings, which determine how long the computer waits before turning off the monitor display or entering sleep mode. Adjusting these settings can help you conserve power and extend your computer’s battery life.

Press Windows key + W and type Troubleshooting.

Select Troubleshooting and click on System and Security.

Click on Power and follow the onscreen steps.

Also, t ry to put the system in Clean Boot. This helps eliminate software conflicts that occur when you install a program or an update or when you run a program in Windows. It starts Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs.
How to perform a Clean Boot in Windows: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135

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Note: After troubleshooting, refer to this section «How to reset the computer to start normally after clean boot troubleshooting» in the above link.

Hope this helps in resolving the issue. If the issue persists, do get back to us. We will be happy to assist you.

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I suggest you to try the steps below and check if it helps.

Run the Power Troubleshooter.

Power troubleshooter will automatically fix some common issues with Power Plans. Run the Power troubleshooter to adjust your computer’s power settings. The Power troubleshooter checks things like your computer’s timeout settings, which determine how long the computer waits before turning off the monitor display or entering sleep mode. Adjusting these settings can help you conserve power and extend your computer’s battery life.

Press Windows key + W and type Troubleshooting.

Select Troubleshooting and click on System and Security.

Click on Power and follow the onscreen steps.

Also, t ry to put the system in Clean Boot. This helps eliminate software conflicts that occur when you install a program or an update or when you run a program in Windows. It starts Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs.
How to perform a Clean Boot in Windows: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135

Note: After troubleshooting, refer to this section «How to reset the computer to start normally after clean boot troubleshooting» in the above link.

Hope this helps in resolving the issue. If the issue persists, do get back to us. We will be happy to assist you.

Sometimes I wonder if you guys even read the questions you are asked.

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How To Run The Windows 10 Laptop With Lid Closed

Last Updated on February 5, 2021 by admin 9 Comments

Many of us connect our laptops to large external monitors for better convenience and productivity. After connecting the laptop to an external monitor, many users prefer to use an external keyboard and mouse.

When connecting the laptop to an external screen and input device, many of us keep the laptop lid open even while using only the second screen (external monitor) as closing the laptop lid turns off the laptop.

In Windows 10 and earlier versions, by default, the laptop goes into the sleep mode when you close the laptop lid (screen). Because of this, most users keep the lid open even while using only the external monitor (second screen).

The truth is that there is a provision in Windows 10 and earlier versions to let the laptop keep running even after closing the lid without entering the sleep or hibernation state. The feature is very useful for users who use the laptop with an external monitor and external keyboard and mouse.

The feature comes in handy when you want to connect your laptop to a second screen and use external keyboard and mouse.

Run the Windows 10 laptop with the screen closed

Step 1: Right-click on the battery icon on the taskbar and then click Power Options.

Step 2: In the left-pane of Power Options window, click Choose what closing the lid does link. This action will open System Settings window.

Step 3: In the Power and sleep buttons and lid settings section, you will see When I close the lid option. Select “Do nothing” for both “On battery” and “Plugged in” options.

Click Save changes button. That’s it! If you close the laptop lid/screen now, nothing happens. You can connect your laptop to an external monitor, connect external mouse and keyboard, and then close the lid to continue running the laptop.

When you want to shut down or hibernate the laptop, use the external monitor, keyboard, and mouse setup.

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