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Bios hi! I am sorry not speak English well,include a laptop when a flash animation and Asus will not continue. Only when I click involvement F2 button and begins to read bios. Fit when it finds hard disk and end. need help, Bios fit, I tried format hdd .I have a serial mistake with bios or is it mere luck

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How do I turn on my wifi switch on my Asus F555l


Hi there,

Usually hold the [ fn ] key and the [ f2 ] together or just the [ f2 ] key depending on how your "Hotkeys" are setup. If you've had a fresh install of windows or the drivers aren't working properly you can do it manually by going into the bios like so:
Step 1
Turn on your Asus Netbook. If your netbook is already on, click the "Start" button, click the arrow next to the "Shut Down" button and then click "Restart."

Step 2
Wait for the Asus Netbook BIOS screen to appear, then press the "F2" key.
Step 3
Press the "Right" arrow to scroll over to the "Advanced" tab.
Step 4
Press the "Down" arrow until you reach the "Onboard Devices Configuration" option. Press the "Enter" key.
Step 5
Press the "Down" arrow to "Onboard WLAN" then press the "Enter" key.
Step 6
If the "Disabled" option is highlighted, press the "Up" arrow to highlight the "Enabled" option, then press the "Enter" key.
Step 7
Press the "F10" key. Press the "Enter" key to save your changes and exit the BIOS. Note: If you are missing your hotkey drivers you can find them here under the ATK section (Use the latest version) http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=3&s=670&m=F555LA&os=&hashedid=n%2fa

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How to update bios on acer aspire 4752?????


go to the acer web site, they'll have the bios and the instructions.
follow them precisely as this is a good way to screw up your laptop. but if you do it correctly, it's not terribly hard and has real benefits.

use the support link or download link, find either bios or your model and then the other.


I wouldn't suggest using any beta bios as they sometimes need to have bugs worked out first.

if you do decide to update the bios

Connect a USB flash drive to the USB port on your Acer. Send all of your files and folders to the flash drive for backup purposes.

Take out your flash drive and reboot your machine. Continue to press "F2" on your computer until your BIOS screen comes up. Check the version of BIOS that your laptop contains, write it down and then reboot your machine.

Go to the Web page for Acer support (see Resources). Click on "Drivers and Downloads" and then "Netbooks."

Click "Aspire One" and click the link for the type of Aspire One computer you own. You can locate this data in the documentation that comes with your Acer.

Click "BIOS." Find the latest BIOS version from the download list.

Click on your "Download" link. Right-click this item and then select the "Extract Here" option. When it finishes the extraction process, double-click on your "WinPhlash" file.

Click your mouse on "Browse." Go to your BIOS upgrade folder and click on the file that ends in .wph. Click your mouse on the "Open" option.

Click on "Flash BIOS." Reboot your machine and then push "F2" repeatedly to start your BIOS.

Push the "F9" key and then "Enter." Reboot your Acer to finish the process

be very careful any mishap can totally screw up your computer and make it unuseable
hope this helps



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Asus K52N Series Multi recorder not recognised


Start hitting F2 even before the screen comes up and keep hitting it about every one second until the Bios screen comes up... Also, it could be that your Multi-Drive is dead and needs to be replaced...

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Asus eee pc 900 netbook will not boot. Error message says remove disks or other media press any key to restart


Hi guys, i hope this could bring little light to this boot-stop error. First of all sorry for my english /slovakia/. So thi applies for asus eeepc 1005HA /maybe some other models too - depending on motherboard construction. In my case it was 2 parts motherboard which were conected via flex cable. Both parts contrains USB ports which is the think what stops you access to BIOS and all functions. If you hit TAB button during start up /best way to do so before pressing powerbutton/ you will see post messages, which stops on inicializing USB controlers. So what you need to do is
1. turn on computer
2.unplug flex cable which leds to usb ports
3. now you should see progress on your screen, so go to BIOS /F2/
4. visit ADVANCE tab
5. visit ide onboard configuration
6. check for usb controler configuration
7. mark it as DISABLED
8. hit F10 to save your settings
9.reboot

after this hint you will have full access to all functions like before, USB ports included.


hope this little research hlep u too, my eee1005HA is now glowing

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My mini acer aspire one only on the charging led but dont do anything ... sorry for my english , I speak spanish ... thanks


Acer Aspire One is prone to BIOS failure which causes it to not do anything exept to show the charging LED. At your own risk, the method to fix the BIOS failure can be found by clicking on the following link.
http://macles.blogspot.com/2008/08/acer-aspire-one-bios-recovery.html

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Hi, i can't enter to bios to chang setting so i can reboot from cd drive because the bios have a password i can't remember. my Notebook model is asus f3jc.


you can disconnect the backup battery from the motherboard this should reset all settings including password, you will probably have to open up the case of the notebook to find the battery.

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I have a laptop with a web cam included but i cant find the program to take pictures which one can i download for free i have a window 7 eeePC


Please go to the system tray and look for the "EeePC Tray" icon. Right click it to enable the camera.

If no success, go to BIOS (tapping F2 at startup) to see if the webcam is enabled there?

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Bios


As soon as you press the power button - continuously press F2 until it enter the bios.

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Eeepc 1001HA won't boot.


Take the battery out, leave it unplugged for a day or so... usually resets the bios for me. Sometimes though, you might have to manually unplug the cmos battery as well, that involves opening the system.

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Hi...

To enter bios it so easy. When you turn on your computer you just only press delete to enter bios. If the bios does not exist you can press also F2.

Regards

PCmania

Aug 10, 2009 | ASUS PC Laptops

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