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anielk
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how to get rid of this icon at startup

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HP ELitebook 850G5
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

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I don't know what I did, but after leaving the bios this icons pops up everytime I reboot.
how to hide/ turn off 
I reset the bios to factory defaults, but with no luck.

Please help

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WAWood
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@anielk 

From your screenshot, it looks like that icon is coming up in the Notification area at the bottom right of the screen.

 

To adjust the icons displayed in the notification area in Windows 10, right-click an empty part of the taskbar and click on Settings. (Or click on Start / Settings / Personalization / Taskbar.) Then scroll down and click on Notification area / Select which icons appear on the taskbar.

 

You'll have to scroll through the list, but you should be able to find the offending task and turn off the notification icon.

 

Good Luck

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anielk
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@WAWood, it is not in windows, het is de HP bios startup screen.

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@anielk 

Sorry, I thought the screenshot was your wallpaper.

 

Don't know how to disable this in the BIOS.

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no problem!

 

what I did found is that in the HP bios this icon apeard again. I touched the icon and the on-screen keyboard pop up.

the weird thing is that, this was never before. 

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