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ACCESS A BIOS

I dont have access a bios and after the bootprint the message "Detecting floppy drive a media" "Scanning BIOS image in hard disk" "Scanning BIOS image is floppy diskette"and stop this pass.How can i do?Thanks for help someone!!!email = junior@unece.br

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Hi,
I'm not quite sure what it is you exactly want here but if you need to get into the BIOS utility then as the computer is starting up repeatedly tap the Del key or the Esc key.



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Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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