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I cannot enter the bios setup of my laptop..

When i boot my laptop the POST is not appearing..

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  • nas john
    nas john May 11, 2010

    please send us the model for your laptop forexample

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    A) DO NOT post your email address. It's in the FixYa T.O.S.
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    (Plus it's a worldwide forum. You are opening your email to all sorts of spam)

    B) Are you trying to install the SAME operating system?
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    Once you see the key, (Screen goes by very f-a-s-t), restart the computer.
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    As SOON as the computer restarts, start tapping on the key.
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