Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
There are 3 ways depending on the model of your laptop.
Here follows all ways:
1. Hold down the escape botton while booting your system.
Press F1 when you get to the check system message.
2. Hold down the F2 button while booting your system.
If none of the above works, follow this. For not listed models.
The BIOS cannot be accessed via boot up on these systems. To make changes to the BIOS setting on these models please use the Toshiba Hardware Setup utility located within Control Panel. The BIOS settings can be reset to their default valies by booting the system up and holding down the‘Esc’ key, then press F1 to reset to default settings when prompted.
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Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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