How do I get into BIOS?

To enter the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) on a Windows computer, you will need to restart your computer and press a specific key or combination of keys during the boot process. The key or keys to press will vary depending on the manufacturer and model of your computer.

Here are some common keys to try:

  • F2
  • Del
  • Esc
  • F10

To enter the BIOS, you will typically need to press the key or key combination as soon as the computer starts booting up, before the operating system loads. You may need to try pressing the key repeatedly or holding it down for a few seconds.

If you are unable to enter the BIOS using one of the above keys, you may need to check your computer’s documentation or the manufacturer’s website to determine the correct key or key combination for your specific model.

Once you have entered the BIOS, you will be able to navigate through the various settings and options using the arrow keys on your keyboard. You can make changes to the BIOS settings and save your changes by pressing the “Enter” key and selecting “Save and Exit” from the menu.

It is important to be careful when making changes to the BIOS, as incorrect settings can cause problems with your computer’s operation. If you are unsure about a setting, it is generally best to leave it at the default value.

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