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Yea, you can try "F2" or "delete" at first start, or what
said "F10" or "Esc"
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Del key is the general key to enter most of BIOS, but some BIOS has F2 some F10 and few Esc
You can easily see the button on POST screen, i.e. when you power on your PC just see on screen there may be a message like 'Press Del to enter Setup'
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