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Blue Button for BIOS menu

2008-11-04, 1:53 AM
I changed some settings in my BIOS now I can't get to the BIOS menu with the Blue button. Any other way of doing this?
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Re: Blue Button for BIOS menu

2008-11-04, 18:49 PM

Hello,

 

simply press F1 at startup.

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Re: Blue Button for BIOS menu

2008-11-04, 18:49 PM

Hello,

 

simply press F1 at startup.

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