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Iam at black screen that said F1 to resume i pressed and sendme to bios utility how can i go back to regular screen windows

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What was the error-message just BEFORE that 'F1' message?

Turn the computer off, wait, and turn the computer on.
If you get into BIOS SETUP,
use the "arrow" keys (UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT)
to highlight the 'Load BIOS defaults' menu-item.
Press ENTER to apply that option.
Use the arrow keys to select "Save and Exit from BIOS setup".
Press ENTER to apply.

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