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Thread: BIOs problems




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    I have been trying to open the BIOS on my pc for days, but I just can't. I have a Pentium 4 1,5 and I use the Win XP. Can anybody please help me?
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    Is your system a prebuilt or probuilt? That is, is it a Compaq, Dell, ect. or was it built by a local 'puter shop? How you access your bios can depend on these things.

    Edit: on my system ... originally, (still nominally?) a Compaq, the "F10" key is what I need to hold down while booting up in order to enter the sad little bios controls on this thing. If you can tell us who made your system then someone here can prolly tell you how to find the bios screen.
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    the most common way to enter bios is on POST (power on self test) hit delete over and over or f1 or f11...if those odnt owrk call whoever made your computer
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    well what kind of motherbord?

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    Might be that Dark Profet found his way into the bios and couldn't get out to let us know what happened???
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    Thanks everyone for the help. I could open my BIOS by pressing F1.
    Thanks!

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