Cmos battery replaced has fixed time and date but now windows 10 takes longer to boot

Mar 1, 2017
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Hey there hope i am posting in the right place. I have an i7 quad core and an asus z87-c motherboard. I recently replaced the cmos battery coz of time n date issues. And when i did i had to load bios defaults. Before my computer would boot up very fast i also have a 500gb ssd. Since loading bios defaults i now get a good 12 second delay with a cursor that flashes about 4 times on a black screen and then boots me into windows 10 64bit. I have checked in bios that boot is on fast boot and also in windows 10 settings. Do i need to update the bios? Any help greatly appreciated, thanks

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