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bios in windows me

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by jbs, Jan 13, 2003.

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  1. jbs

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    How do you get to the bios screen in windows me?
     
  2. brendandonhu

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    Depends on your manufacturer.
    It usually says during bootup.
    Press this key to enter setup, etc.
     
  3. john1

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    I think this came from Rollin' Rog originally,
    dunno where he got it,
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    Entering CMOS For Different Motherboards:

    *Press Tab during boot=Emachine
    *Press del during boot= (AMI, Award).
    *Press Esc during boot= Toshiba.
    *Press F1 during boot= (Toshiba; Phoenix; Late model PS/1 Value Point and 330s).
    *Press F2 during boot = (NEC).
    *Press F10 when square in top RH corner of screen= (Compaq).
    *Press Ins during boot=IBM PS/2 with reference partition.
    *Shift Ctrl Alt + Num Pad del= - Olivetti PC Pro.
    *Ctrl Alt ? =some PS/2s, such as 75 and 90.
    *Ctrl-Esc = Misc Puters
    *Ctrl Ins= some PS/2s when pointer at top right of screen.
    *Press reset twice= some Dells.
    *Ctrl Alt Enter= Dell.
    *Ctrl Alt Esc=AST Advantage, Award, Tandon.
    *Ctrl Alt + =Misc Puters
    *Ctrl Alt S= Phoenix.
    *Ctrl Alt Ins= (Zenith, Phoenix)
    *Ctrl S =(Phoenix).
    *Ctrl Shift Esc= Tandon 386.
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    The default sequence should be:
    A:, C:, CD-ROM
    or in some systems just A:, C:
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    Hope it helps,
    John
     
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