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DEdwa3
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WARNING: Video OptionROM Authenticate Fail

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Intel DH87RL with BIOS version 0322

ASUS GTX650TI-OC-2GD5 with BIOS version 80.06.21.00.BB

I receive the error referenced in this discussion title when booting the system in UEFI mode. For the time being I have left embedded graphics enabled as not to lock myself out of the system board. The Asus card does have a BIOS update for UEFI but I am unable to install it without an ASUS system board. The operating system recognizes the card and I am able to use it. One discussion post referenced enabling secure boot and installing the platform key but there was no effect. The error does not occur during fast boot. No issues occur in legacy BIOS mode.

What does the error mean? What can be done to resolve this issue? I would like to disable integrated graphics and only use my Asus card.

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DEdwa3
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From: /thread/45668 https://communities.intel.com/thread/45668

/message/213330# 213330 Re: Enabling SecureBoot -> Black Boot Screen

spearson

Nov 18, 2013 4:59 PM

All,

When you enable Secure Boot, the BIOS must have UEFI drivers for all necessary hardware in order to support the use of this hardware during the boot process. The BIOS provides the drivers for the embedded features, including Intel graphics, but add-in cards, to be included, must provide their own UEFI driver (via OP-ROM). The authentication failure message is an indicator that the OP-ROM provided on the graphics card is not in compliance and/or does not provide the necessary UEFI driver. Look to the board's manufacturer for an updated OP-ROM that brings it into compliance...

...Scott

This was the case for me. I was able to find a way to update my video card BIOS for UEFI and all was well.

For my ASUS card without an ASUS board I went here:

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?36689-Patched-ASUS-UEFI-vBIOS-tool-for-GTX-600-series-cards! http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?36689-Patched-ASUS-UEFI-vBIOS-tool-for-GTX-600-series-cards!

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DEdwa3
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From: /thread/45668 https://communities.intel.com/thread/45668

/message/213330# 213330 Re: Enabling SecureBoot -> Black Boot Screen

spearson

Nov 18, 2013 4:59 PM

All,

When you enable Secure Boot, the BIOS must have UEFI drivers for all necessary hardware in order to support the use of this hardware during the boot process. The BIOS provides the drivers for the embedded features, including Intel graphics, but add-in cards, to be included, must provide their own UEFI driver (via OP-ROM). The authentication failure message is an indicator that the OP-ROM provided on the graphics card is not in compliance and/or does not provide the necessary UEFI driver. Look to the board's manufacturer for an updated OP-ROM that brings it into compliance...

...Scott

This was the case for me. I was able to find a way to update my video card BIOS for UEFI and all was well.

For my ASUS card without an ASUS board I went here:

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?36689-Patched-ASUS-UEFI-vBIOS-tool-for-GTX-600-series-cards! http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?36689-Patched-ASUS-UEFI-vBIOS-tool-for-GTX-600-series-cards!

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