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Which key to press at startup to gain access to BIOS E2180 Intel

Cant locate manual and have forgotten how to get to BIOS. Need to change option so Intel Pentium E2180 will boot from CD. Have tried F2 and F5 at switch on but not successful. The answer must be SO simple !

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    Vincent dela cruz May 11, 2010

    what mother board are you using?

    most Clone mother board use this key:

    Del
    Ctrl+Del
    Ctrl+F10

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At initial startup, entering BIOS setup should be the DEL key (delete key).

but you can also hit F12 to bring up a "boot menu" if your computer supports it. this will allow you to boot from another device without having to go into bios setup

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There are a number of keys used to access the system BIOS at startup. F2 is probably the most common, but I see you've already tried that. I've also seen the ESC and DEL keys used, so try those. If that doesn't work, start working your way across the F1-F12 keys.

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I need intel pentium dual core E2180 mother board driver. where i can download this option plaese help me..


E2180 is not the motherboard ,it is processor model no. for getting motherboard drivers kindly tell me the motherboard manufacturers name or you may directly visit there site else i am providing you a link where you will find exact match to all of above
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click on the link and enter the name of motheboard you will get what you are looking for

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