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Miro0102-SVK-
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Keys for BIOS settings dont work

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I cant enter to BIOS settinngs while starting PC. I tried pressing rapidly various keys (Esc, F10, F2...) but it doesnt work. Any help?

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

"ESC' or "F10" should work.

 

Are you using a different keyboard? Some retail keyboards don't initialize fast enough when you start the PC.

 

This happened to me when using a Logitech keyboard, could not get to the BIOS.

 

Regards

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I have used various keyboards even the keyboard delivered with PC but no solution.

 

I am thinking if it is caused by rapidly tapping Esc/F10 too long. That means it opens and then I accidentally closed it instantly.

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

Your analysis makes sense.

 

I have never had this happen but it is possible.

 

Regards

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But then its problem, when to stop pressing keys rapidly, there is no sign about it

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Hi,

 

I don't know why this happens.

 

I can't replicate the problem on my PC.

 

Tap "ESC" at startup. Stop tapping when you see the HP Startup Menu.

 

Select "F10", BIOS Setup.

 

Regards

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