Question about Enlight IB-7686 15" LCD PC (LPE7686) Barebone
There are several ways to access the BIOS. Usually the Delete key at boot up (just hit it repeatedly when you start seeing stuff) or the F1 key is also a popular method of accessing BIOS. Another option on things like HP is to hit the "F10" or "F12" key. One of these should work for you. Don't wait until you see the Windows "Splash" screen or you've waited too long. Sometimes you may have to wait for it to boot up and then restart, especially if you have a CRT monitor instead of an LCD as it can take awhile for a CRT to "warm up" and start displaying.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Pressing del button when turning on gets you into the bios,,, in the boot set up, you can select what you want first,,=hd then cd,then floppy, set it for what you want
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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