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I can't find the bios settings on my pc

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BIOS settings are accessed as soon as you turn on your computer, usually by pressing one of these keys: delete, F2, space bar, or escape.

If you post exactly what computer make and model you have, or what motherboard if it is custom built I can tell you for sure.

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