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Cannot access bios after upgrade

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Pro6300
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi, I just joined to see if I can get some insight into what happened.
I upgraded my bios from within Windows 10, following the directions I went to 2.90 first, then the latest.
The computer works fine however I can not access the bios using esc.

I get a couple dash flashes top left screen, then the lan boot message then it just goes straight for my hard drive.

I have tried esc before during and after the flashing dashes, I've tried it between the lan message and windows.

No joy.

My keyboard does not seem to be active until after the lan message!

I have tried USB and PS2 keyboards

 

The only thing that seems to have been "iffy" during the bios upgrade was that the screen froze at the last over-written block and stayed frozen for several minutes, on 2.90 it was frozen for over 5 minutes, I finally pulled the power cord!

3.08 actually snapped out of it it's self after 2 minutes and re-booted

Anybody else have issues?

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