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alilleland
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Cant Enter BIOS Due to Graphic card Problem.

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HP Pavilion P6-2055sc
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey!
So at the moment i am trying to enable virtualization,i m able to boot the computer into windows but entering network boot (spamming f10 key before HP loading screen)  but due to past problems, i have trouble getting into BIOS.
It started when i got a new graphics card (Asus Geforce GT740) and this caused my computer not being able to boot, without forcing it into network boot.



But like i said, when im trying to enter BIOS, it gets onto the screen where it says "Press Escape to enter Startup Menu" which at that moment it ignores when i press ESC.

I have tried holding it, i have tried all F1-F12, but nothing makes a difference, so im wondering if there is any way for me to get into bios and Bypass this problem.
I have looked for BIOS updates aswell, but i haven't been able to find one so far.

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@alilleland, welcome to the forum.

 

The reason that the computer wouldn't boot with the GT 740 installed is, it requires UEFI in the motherboard instead of a standard BIOS.  If you are still using the GT 740, I suggest removing it to see if you can get into the Startup Menu.  You can do this by tapping the Esc key as soon as the computer begins to boot.






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Thank you so much!
Worked like a charm 🙂

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You are very welcome, @alilleland.  I am glad it worked for you!!






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