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How to get to bios

Need to boot from usb

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On start up press one of the following buttons:

  • F10
  • Esc
  • Del
  • F1
  • F2
Keep pressing this button until you get into the bios.
Depending on your laptop this button can differ, hence the list.

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If you are unsure, refer to the owner's manual that accompanied your computer.
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Please try the following

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