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Unable to enter Asus 6850 BIOS

Unable to enter the BIOS, system goes through ASUS Logo screen hit del key to enter BIOS causes the screen to go black. Does not show BIOS Screen or boot up Windows.

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I would start by resetting your bios settings to default; turn off your system, remove the side cover and gently pry out the board battery (round "button battery" such as cr2032). Leave it out for about one minute, and reinstall. Then see if you get a post screen.

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If you lose time and day, means the little battery on your motherboard is done. Get a new one, replace it, should be fine then. As far as booting into BIOS, there should be a boot option, and you can boot into a hard disk, a usb or a cd rom drive. Of course in this case, choose the hard disk that has your operation system on it.

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How can i bypass bios password


Solution 1: Unable to power on the notebook.
1.1: Reset hole available on the bottom?
1.1.1: Reset hole available. --> Use a spiculate pin to tip the reset hole.
1.1.1.1: Problem solved. --> Able to power on.
1.1.1.2: Problem persists. -->1.2
1.1.2: Reset hole unavailable. --> 1.2
1.2: Try to power on just using battery.
1.2.1: Able to power on. --> 1.3
1.2.2: Unable to power on. --> Check the adapter indicator.
1.2.2.1: Adapter indicator on. --> Try to power on just using adapter.
1.2.2.1.1: Able to power on. --> 1.3
1.2.2.1.2: Unable to power on. --> Contact ASUS service center for help.
1.2.2.2: Adapter indicator off. --> Adapter problem, check the cable or contact ASUS service center for help.
1.3: Try to enter the BIOS by pressing F2 button when ASUS logo appears.
1.3.1: Able to enter the BIOS. --> 1.4
1.3.2: Unable to enter the BIOS. --> Contact ASUS service center for help.

1.4: Try to enter the Operation System.
1.4.1: Able to enter the OS. --> Reinstall the OS for a try.
1.4.1.1: Problem solved. --> Able to power on.
1.4.1.2: Problem persists. --> Contact ASUS service center for help.
1.4.2: Unable to enter the OS. --> Contact ASUS service center for help.
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Hit the delete key during boot-up to access BIOS

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One option is to do a reset to the whole computer but be warned you WILL LOSE ALL YOUR FILES. now if you still want to go on what you will do is when you turn it on hit the F9 key and it will take you to recovery mode are it should

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What keys change bios values on asus u46e


Restart your computer

During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key
this will vary depending on your computer and operating system

Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart

this will set the boot order
hope this helps

if this fails you might try some of these



Acer: - Ctrl+Alt+Esc

ALR PC: (F2) or (Ctrl)(Alt)Esc)

AMI BIOS: (Del), (F1) or (F2)

AST, Advantage, Award, Tandon: - Ctrl + Alt + Esc

Award BIOS: (Del) or (Ctrl)(Alt)(Esc)

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Boot menu


You can change the boot order from the BIOS. Power on your laptop and hit the Del or Delete key to access the BIOS. if it's not the Del key then watch the screen for the key to enter the BIOS setup screen. It could be F2 or F10 since every laptop is different.

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Does asus p5gc-mmx/1333 support usb booting


Yes, enter the bios by pressing the del key on start up, you will need to have the usb device connected.
Enter the advanced settings tab and your usb device should be selectable as a boot device.
If the bios has no such option, find out what bios revision you are using (on the first blue screen after hitting the del key) and check the asus website for a bios revision that is newer.

Asus website
http://support.asus.com/download/Options.aspx?SLanguage=en&type=1

I hope this has been helpful

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I would like reset the password of my d33005 motherboard


Go into the BIOS setup to reset the password. Start by rebooting the system. Before the system starts loading the operating system, the computer will give an opportunity to enter the BIOS setup utility. Usually a screen appears saying to press a key to enter the setup utility; i.e. "Hit DEL to enter Setup". You have to know what key the computer is looking for to get to Setup. DEL in used on the a lot of ASUS machines but you may that to refer to a manual or read the screen just before the operating systems to load. Once you get in, look for something related to security settings. Once it is found under the boot tab. Here is where you can reset the motherboard password. Hope this helps.

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