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No AC Power loss option in the Bios

HP Pavilion Desktop TP01-0270nd
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I can't find the option in the bios to where you can say that the computer shoud  power on after power los.

 

There is no advance power settings or somthing eslse

 

Is there a way I can set this in the bios?

 

Thanks in advance

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Hello
Unfortunately, unlike other models, there is no bios simulator for this model here.
That said, it is quite easy in the parameters, if not found, it is that there may not be this option
There may be giving us photos of the different menus, but if there is nothing we can do nothing!
But this option is really dangerous, if you have several cuts at a time in a row, the pc should not shut down and restart without stopping!
This can damage important components!
Better to let the pc turn off, , and turn it on again once it stops cutting without stopping!

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Hi  Promethee,

 

I think i found the right setting in te bios.

I'm not sure is this setting was already there before or after udating the bios.

But i found the setting.

But thanks for your response.

 

 

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