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System error where can i find the bios menu

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  • Aaron Abbott Nov 06, 2008

    Sorry i am confused do you mean change my bioses settings and write down what i have changed???

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Hi,

usually at starting up the computer, press either esc, F2 Or Delete.
this has to be done immediately at the computers boot.
there is with certain bioses, a display at boot up, i.e for setup options press F2 Or Delete et,c.
Be careful what you change in the settings, only change what you have to, or make a written note of what you,ve changed, incase you have to correct any errors.

Regards Mike @ Compurepair.

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How to change to a different date in advanced booting options


To change your system date through Advanced Booting options, you first need to enter BIOS setup menu of your system. To enter BIOS setup menu and to change your system date, you can follow the instructions below:
1.Boot your system and enter BIOS setup menu using the designated key. Though the key to enter BIOS may vary depending upon the computer manufacturer, usually keys like Delete, F12, F10, and F2 are designated to enable a user to enter BIOS setup. To know how to identify the key your system is designated to enter BIOS setup, you can refer to the image under "Method 1 of 3: Enter the BIOS" section on the following webpage:
Important: Following link is of a third-party website. We recommend you to update your security software thoroughly before clicking on the link.
http://www.wikihow.com/Change-Computer-BIOS-Settings

2.As soon as you identify the BIOS setup key, strike it rapidly and repeatedly (while the booting is on) till the time you enter BIOS setup menu. You may get just a few seconds to do this. If you are not able to enter BIOS setup menu by pressing the key repeatedly, reboot your system and follow the same steps again to enter BIOS setup menu.
Note: BIOS menu do not support mouse input. Hence, you will have to navigate through the menu using the arrow keys on your keyboard.
3.Once you enter BIOS setup menu, you can change the date of your system by going to "System Date" option. This option is generally located in the "Main" section of the menu.
Important: The layout of BIOS menu varies from manufacturer to manufacturer but most of them share a few common settings. If you are not able to detect "System Date" option in the "Main" section of the menu, you may need to look into other sections to locate the option.
To get a pictorial explanation of the above steps, you can refer to the following link:
http://www.wikihow.com/Change-Computer-BIOS-Settings

Hope this will resolve your issue.

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Advanced boot options


Lenovo Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) settings allow you to quickly customize interactions between your operating system and your hardware, especially your hard drive or drives, memory and power supply.
You must get into the Lenovo BIOS before your operating system loads.
Though most users don't typically see options for entering or using the BIOS, multiple changes can be made to customize and optimize your system, such as changing your boot device order and changing the display brightness to conserve power.

Turn off your Lenovo computer.
Press the power button to start your system.
For best results, wait 30 seconds to one minute before starting your system.
This gives you a longer window in which to enter the BIOS.

Press "F1" as soon as the Thinkpad logo appears.
Depending on your Thinkpad model, you may be prompted to press either the blue "Access IBM" or the blue "ThinkAdvantage" button instead of "F1 or F2."
If this is the case, a message will appear stating "To interrupt normal startup, press (one of the listed buttons above)."
Select the "Start setup utility" to open the BIOS setup menu.
Follow the instructions provided in the BIOS setup menu to select BIOS menu sections, settings and to change options.
Next, navigate through the Bios setup pages using keybard arrow keys in order to find failsafe or optimized defaults press ENTER to select your option press F10 save to cmos and restart

http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/lenovoBIOS.html

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On my computer i have to push f1 to start it


first try to notice the message before the (press F1 to continue) message, it could be a bad component (memory, hard drive, etc...) or the time & date is not set correctly in the BIOS, this would help a LOT thank's...

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When I start my computer (a 1 month old Toshiba laptop with Intel i5 core processor that came with Windows 7) it pauses on the prompt screen and then error message "error sending end of post message...


This is usually a BIOS error. In order to fix this you must either perform a system recovery(perferred), or simply restart your BIOS by following these instructions:

System Restore:
1) Go to the start menu.

2) Go to "Accesories."

3) Navigate to the "system tools" sub-folder, and click "system restore."

4) Follow the on screen instructions, and select a date before the problem starter occurring.

If that doesn't work,

Resetting BIOS:
1) Restart your computer.

2) Press the "F2" button while your computer is booting up over and over again until you arrive at the BIOS setup screen.

3) Press "F9" to reset BIOS.

4) Press "F10" to save your previous BIOS settings.

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C2A2: system event log (sel) full


even tough you did not specify the generation of your server
if this is the complete error message

02a2: BMC System Error Log (SEL) Full
Press F1 to Continue, Press F2 to Setup
The System Event Log may become full of erroneous IPMI Events reported by the System BIOS
this is the way to resolve it :
If the above message appears during POST, perform the following steps to run BIOS setup and delete the System Event Log:
  1. Boot the server and press the F10 key when prompted to run BIOS Setup.
  2. Select the "Advanced" menu.
  3. Scroll down to "IPMI" and press the ENTER key.
  4. Scroll down to the System Event Log and press the ENTER key.
  5. At the "Clear System Event Log" selection, press the ENTER key to toggle between "Enable" and "Disable."
  6. Select "Enable."
  7. Press the F10 key to Save the changes and exit the BIOS Setup

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How to enter into BIOS when trackpoint was broken.


Hi there.
Its something to do with the trackpoint, possibly the cable has become loose.
* If an emergency power down is made by switching the system off during or while an application is open, then immediately switching the system on creates a 8611 error.
* Repeatedly turning power off and back on without properly shutting down or allowing the system to shut itself down.

Solution
Wait at least 6 seconds or longer after shutting down the system or before restarting to correct the 8611 error.
See if that gets rid of the error, if not it could be a loose cable to the trackpoint.

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The System Event Log may become full of erroneous IPMI Events reported by the System BIOS. When this occurs, the following message may appear during Power-On Self-Test (POST) and POST cannot continue without user input:
02a2: BMC System Error Log (SEL) Full
Press F1 to Continue, Press F2 to Setup
If the above message appears during POST, perform the following steps to run BIOS setup and delete the System Event Log:
  1. Boot the server and press the F10 key when prompted to run BIOS Setup.
  2. Select the "Advanced" menu.
  3. Scroll down to "IPMI" and press the ENTER key
  4. Scroll down to the System Event Log and press the ENTER key.
  5. At the "Clear System Event Log" selection, press the ENTER key to toggle between "Enable" and "Disable."
  6. Select "Enable."
  7. Press the F10 key to Save the changes and exit the BIOS Setup.

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This will resolve your issue

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There is a micro-switch which detects when you remove the lid.
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Then find security menu and disable intruder alarm enable.

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