02-27-2017 07:08 PM
I need to enable virtualization hence tried to enter bios setup for my laptop. Tried a few options:
1. press F2
Does not work. directly goes into windows.
2. press novo key.
This can bring me to the blue screen where i can see a few options including BIOS Setup. However, when i selected this Bios Setup option and pressed enter, the system directly started normal windows .
3. use UEFI
I followed the below support article and restarted laptop with UEFI. Again, the laptop straigtly goes into windows after restart, not even displaying the blue screen Bios Setup option.
Please help as i am running out of idea now. If there is another way to enable virtualization without entering Bios, please suggest. Thank you!
02-27-2017 07:41 PM
I did not as my laptop keyboard is spoiled and i have an extenal key board. But i am able to enter the blue screen which has the Bios setup listed using Novo button, so i guess it's the same.
02-27-2017 08:54 PM
Try doing a full shutdown ( SHIFT + shutdown) before restarting via the Novo button.
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02-27-2017 11:38 PM
tried it just now. still the same. after full shut down, can enter the blue screen by pressing novo key, but then after select ed Bois Setup and pressed enter, went stright to windows.