The technical answer is yes however it would cost you a LOT more than a new asus mb. You would need to edit the bios file to enable options. This can be done [I used to do this for a number of boards years ago] however it is NOT cheap. I would estimate that it would cost you a min of $500 or so to have it done.There wouldn't be any way to "unhide" those options would there?
I already explained it to you. The bios file needs to be edited with a bios editor. In short you could buy a new asus board, case, high end cpu, and ram for less that it would cost to try and edit a hp bios.Whoh, seriously? Ouch.... and there isn't some bios update or replacement, Or any way to bypass this?
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