If you don't use bitlocker, you can just hide the TPM device in the security menu, and the PC should restart as normal.Use the method I outlined above to update the BIOS to v03.03 or v03.04. Some other forum member with an 8200 Elite had the same issue as you did with the reboot delay on W10 with an older BIOS revision.Before I go any further, I should tell you that you should not go into the BIOS unless you either know what you're doing or you're working on a computer that is unimportant to you or anyone who may need it.

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If you hit the ENTER key, you get the screen below.

This is the screen where you set the system clock and set several of the drive parameters.

Luckily, most of the newer BIOS' set/read the drive parameters automatically.

On the screen above, I scrolled down to the 'Primary IDE Drive' and hit ENTER. In this machine, the primary IDE drive is a 40GB Samsung drive. Here, we want to let the BIOS set the parameters if the drive is capable.

This is the first page you'll see when you get into this particular BIOS. Other computer manufacturers produce their own BIOS software/firmware.

The appearance and features of the various BIOS configurations from various manufacturers vary significantly. Above, you can see that the 'Standard CMOS Features' is selected.

Before I continue, I would like to thank any and all responses in advance. If that is correct then I would have to install the correct OS version to coincide with the Bios I am installing.

I am currently running Windows 10 and as I understand it, None of the Bios releases for the Elite 8300 are supported by Windows 10.

Other BIOS' use F1, F2 and F10 just to mention a few.

As you can see, this BIOS is for a motherboard purchased in 2005.

All I can say is v2.28 has no ill effects whatsoever on the 8200 Elite's running W10.