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    Quite correct chuck. I put it poorly in the first place I was trying to get to BIOS Setup. However on your suggestion I did try 2 other keyboards & everything is same, same. As Gr3iz has suggested it isn't an option. But thanks guys (& girls if applicable) appreciate your interest
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    Thats a very interesting thought. However since there are no PS/2 ports on the computer we will never know I guess. Thanks very much for your interest in the problem, I really do appreciate your help. I think I will now have to mark the thread as solved & put up with it.
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    HI Chuck, sorry I just wasen't sure if I sent the reply correctly. The keyboard is a USB & no it is not the original, it is a Microsoft Internet Keyboard. Since I can access system setup & make changes would the keyboard stop me accessing the BIOS.
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    Nothing. The computer boots up as normal. I think I have to use F2, but because it dosen't do antyhing I could be wrong.
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    Nothing. The computer boots up as normal. I think I have to use F2 to get into setup. But that hasen't worked so far so I could be wrong.
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    I am running windows XP on a Dell optiplex GX280 with a pentium 4 processor. When I press F2 at start-up I am taken to the system setup menu. I am offered choices of: 'system info', 'drives info'. 'on board devices', 'video', 'performance', 'security', 'power management', 'maintenance' & 'POST...
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    I have just purchased a second hand computer, it is running XP professional, however what I have since found out is it was being used on a network. The security centre has been completely removed. How do I replace the security centre? What other things should I look for that may have been...
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    Good on you throoper. I have been trying to do this for some time & no-one could tell me how,except U that is. It is so simple I feel like a bit of a dill Thanks again
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    I wish to attach a received e-mail to an outgoing e-mail. I do not wish to forward or reply to the received e-mail but attach it. I found an answer to this question on 'tech support guy' website & it said to click the arrow next to the paper clip, however I do not have any arrow. I am using MS...
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