so I have a problem with my BIOS, it doesn't detect any bootable devices from the
NOTE: I'm gonna refer to keys and tabs that show in my BIOS settings page for ease of explanation. Please refer to the images below to see such tabs/keys.
So here is what happened:
I have a Windows installation in my HDD. I was trying to install Ubuntu from a USB drive, it showed up when I pressed F10 (key in this computer to select the device to boot from) but it wouldn't boot from the USB just like that, so I entered into the BIOS settings and in the
Advanced tab I read on the right that by disabling
Fast boot mode legacy USB is supported, so I disabled it, saved and reset. But it wouldn't boot anyway, I played around with some settings but nothing had changed to this point… even though I couldn't boot from USB, my Windows was still booting from my HDD.
But in one of those times I was changing settings, I mispressed F9 (loads optimised defaults) instead of F10 and hit enter, and from here I can't see ANY bootable devices under the
Boot tab and now I can't even boot Windows anymore, as well not from my USB either. When I power on my laptop, it just shows the Samsung splash and it enters in the settings page by itself.
Can anyone please help me get my bootable devices found by the BIOS again? Thanks in advance!!
Here is my current BIOS settings: