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Setup entry key could be "DEL / F2 / Enter" depending on BIOS manufacturer. So, the key might have pressed/stuck/short circuited in keyboard. You can try plugging off the keyboard for the start. Some BIOS need keyboard to boot. Anyway, if you're not seeing the BIOS Config after plugging out keyboard, the keyboard key is the problem here. Try swapping with another one or hit those keys for few times. Good luck.
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