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Cannot enter bios

I have a HP 850 mhz motherboard that I have been using for months on a backup computer. But I have forgotten how to enter the bios. I have tried several combination of keys but cannot get into to it. Can anyone tell me which key to use or what's going on?

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Normally with HP it's either F2 Enter or Del on boot up. But if it just stops when trying to get into the bios, the bios chip may be faulty. You can also try putting the jumper on the JBAT1 or CLRCMOS terminal on the mobo from pins 1-2 to 2-3 then back to 1-2. This will then force the pc to boot into the bios menu.

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