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Axel7
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I cant get into my bios it says I dont have permitions

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I have tried diferenten things an cant get to the bios

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@Axel7 

If you're trying to access the basic BIOS/UEFI settings, that is done by pressing F10 repeatedly while rebooting.  If that then prompts you for a password, we can't help you with bypassing that.

 

If you're trying access Advanced BIOS Settings, that will not work as HP has locked those out.



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