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try going into bios blue screen press f2 or f10 or f12 on start up beep . change setting in video settings
Watch for a "entering setup" message in the first few seconds after turning on your computer. This message varies greatly from computer to computer and also includes the key or keys you need to press to enter BIOS. Here are some common ways you might see this BIOS access message:
Press [key] to enter setup
Enter BIOS by pressing [key]
Press [key] to enter BIOS setup
Press [key] to access BIOS
Press [key] to access system configuration
Quickly press the key or keys instructed by the previous message to get into BIOS
Hello, just start the computer an while starting (bios post) touch the del or esc or f2 or f4 just try one of theese when you can enter the bios menu then you go to start order and you choose first dvd/cd rom and second hdd0 always go to save it and exit, the computer wil restart then put in the cd/dvd rom drive the windows cd, restart the pc and when it says some thing like push enter to boot from cd/dvd rom then you push on enter and follow the instrucction till the end! success!
F8 is usually reserved for Windows Safe Mode. BIOS settings are usually found with by pressing ESC, Delete, or F2 on most system. Some times I run my finger along the entire row of function keys like a piano if it isn't specified which key works during boot up.
Occasionally, most computer owners will need to access BIOS on their computers in order to change or update the computer's most basic operations; such as memory and boot order.
Different computer manufacturers will have you press different buttons to access BIOS depending on the model you have. For example, on my laptop, I press F12 to enter the BIOS setup utility.
Here's how to figure out how to enter your computers BIOS setup utility. 1
Turn your computer on or shut it down and restart it if it is already on.
As soon as the computer starts up, watch for a message that informs you about which button you will need to push in order to enter setup, aka BIOS.
The opportunity to press the correct key to enter BIOS passes by quickly, so you need to find that key and press it before the computer moves on to the next stage of booting. If you miss your chance, just restart the computer and try again.
You can always access BIOS, even on computers that dont have an operating system installed. This is because BIOS is part of your computer's motherboard hardware and has nothing to do with Windows, Linux or whatever operating system you may be using.
You can only change the amount of video memory if your model has a videocard memory that can be dynamically changed. You're correct that it can be done, but only on specific models of notebooks. :) If you're not able to find it on the BIOS then your model might not be one of them.
Hello! Did you try "www.ecs.com/tw."? The Balance a535 is actually manufactured by Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS). Go to their website and you can find downloads for their laptops. I hope this helps!