Let’s look at the mainboard’s BIOS or, to be more precise, UEFI. For those who don’t know what the latter means, here it is: UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) is a modern computer firmware interface that replaces the traditional BIOS (Basic Input/Output System). It provides a more secure and flexible environment for booting an operating system and managing system hardware. UEFI offers support for larger hard drives, faster boot times, and improved security features compared to BIOS. It is increasingly being adopted as the standard firmware for new computers, and most modern operating systems support it.
The screenshots above show the basic settings of the mainboard.