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Bios recovery my bios seems to have some problem specialy at the booting of the pc... you need to press F1 to proceed to windows...do you have some solution with this problem thx...

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Hi
The bios is complaining something isnt right at boot up. Could be an attached device is broken or loose. Also check for a stuck key on your keyboard.

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Press "F10" to save your changes and exit the BIOS Utility.
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  • Turn on the computer.
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