How to change BIOS boot sequence?

I have an ASUS laptop.  It has an Aptio Setup Utility.  I select Boot.  There are four options:  Add boot Option,  Path for boot option,  Boot option File Path,  Create.
Using these options, exactly what are the typed commands to change boot order to:   CD  then Disc F:,  then Disc C:  ?
Disc F: is a newly installed SSD.   I have backed up my system to CD Rom Disc.
Christopher ButrymAsked:
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
If you are going to make your new SSD as a boot drive then you need to add it through Add Boot Option.
See here how:
To do this go to the Boot tab and then click on Add New Boot Option.

    Under Add Boot Option you can specify the name of the UEFI boot entry.
    Select File System is automatically detected and registered by the BIOS.
    Path for Boot Option is the path for the file BOOTX64.EFI that is responsible for the UEFI boot. The following command should be entered here: \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI

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Christopher ButrymAuthor Commented:
Do I delete current path in SELECT A FILE SYSTEM by pressing the delete key, then type in \EFI\BOOTX64.EFI, Save and exit, Reboot the computer and it will start using the newly installed SDD?
noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
If there is already something written then yes, you have to replace it.
noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
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