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1st go to BIOSFeatures (once you've entered the BIOS)
Then go to BootOption Priority Change Boot Option #1 to whatever you'd like to set as the first boot device. (Usually CD/DVD)
Change Boot Option #2 to the second boot device. (Usually HDD or SSD)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Seems like your bios update failed, was corrupt, wrong version or was interrupted.
It's very difficult to recover from a failed bios flash , but if you are lucky you can try clearing cmos then take the battery out overnight. Then reinstall battery and do a HARD BOOT.
If that does not work try this site and read recent comments.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Does the board work? Maybe you tried an unsuccessful BIOS upgrade?
How about explaining exactly what happens when you try hitting F2?
Posted on Mar 25, 2014
Testimonial: "i did not try a bios upgrade. pc works fine with xp. when i hit any key on startup it has no effect, xp starts up as normal."
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