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From the acer screen what do i press?

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  • Nate Campny
    Nate Campny Dec 01, 2008

    whats the bios? were u push f2?? at the acer screenn?

  • markus
    markus May 11, 2010

    WHEN THE SCREEN COMES UP YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE SETUP...PUSH THE BUTTON DEL OR F2 MAYBE.

    AFTER THIS YOU ARE IN THE BIOS.

    THERE YOU CAN SEE ALL INSTALLED HARDWARE.sETTINGS FOR THE HARDWARE AND CONFIGURE...

  • markus
    markus May 11, 2010

    delete or f6 you have to go into the bios

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