I have a Gigabyte C246-WU4. This is a C246 board which for those that don’t know is the Xeon/Workstation equivalent of a Z390. After I installed my X550T2 NIC, I get the Intel Boot Agent every time I restart, which is very annoying. I think this is like a bootable BIOS on the network card or something. On my previous Supermicro board, the BIOS had a setting for each individual PCI-E slot which allowed me to disable the Option ROM for the slot the NIC was installed and no more Boot Agent. This board does not. I’ve turned off or toggled every BIOS setting I can find. The only thing that disabled the Boot Agent is disabling “CSM support” but then I can’t even boot from my NVME SSD. “Storage Boot Option Control” sounds like it should work but has no effect regardless of the setting (Do Not Launch, UEFI, Legacy). Does anyone have any experience with this problem on Gigabyte boards?