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
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
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