Booting Wayne OS

1. To enter BIOS/UEFI
– Check the connection of local disk or USB flash drive with Wayne OS installed when the PC is turned off.
– Once the PC is turned on, press the BIOS/UEFI entrance key repeatedly, which varies depending on the PC model and manufacturer as per below example.

HPF1 / F2 / F6 / F10 / F11 / F12 / ESC
DellF1 / F2 / F3 / F12 / DEL / CTRL+ALT+ENTER / DEL+ESC / Fn+ESC / Fn+F1
LenovoF1 / F2 / F12 / Fn+F2 / Enter-F1 / CTRL+ALT+F3 / CTRL+ALT+INC / Fn+F1
AcerF1 / F2 / F10 / DEL / CTRL+ALT+ESC
AsusF2 / F10 / DEL / INSERT
ToshibaF1 / F2 / F12 / ESC
SamsungF2
SonyF1 / F2 / F3 / ASSIST
MSIF2 / DEL
ASRockF2 / DEL
ECSDEL
Gigabyte / AorusF2 / DEL
MS Surface TabletsPress and hold volume up button
OriginF2
ZoracDEL

Alternative way to enter BIOS/UEFI with Windows 10
– Navigate to Settings in Windows 10 start menu.


– Click Update & Security in Windows Settings.

– Select Recovery in the left pane.

– Click Restart now under the Advanced startup header (computer will reboot).

– Click Troubleshoot in Choose an option with blue screen.

– Click Advanced options.

– Click UEFI Firmware Settings.

– Click Restart to confirm.

2. Setup BIOS/UEFI
– Once entering the BIOS/UEFI menu, set your USB flash drive into boot order number 1.

– Turn off Secure Boot.
– Save your setting and reboot.

3. Boot Wayne OS
– Wayne OS splash screen will be displayed.
– Once booting, configure language, accessibility, network.
– Login with Google account or guest mode.