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I can`t get in to set up menu

I don`t know how

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  • calskeys Aug 21, 2008

    System works 'fine' except I can not get it to enter setup for BIOS. I have tried DEL (which worked in the past albeit NEVER onthe first try) also tried F2 and then all other key combinations I could think of - all for naught. Any ideas or programs that might accomplish my goal of getting to setup would be appreciated. Have also tried turning off any possible program obstacles - Norton Antivirus, firewall etc.

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Press Delete button or F2 button while you restart your system.

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