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PelleMécanique
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f10=accept doesn't work in bios menu

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Dear Community,

 

 

I got an old elite 8300 SFF as my personnal computer,  I wanted to enabled vt-x in the bios but the f10 doesn't works at all.   I've try all the other keys, tried it with anoter keyboard and I got the same result.  The other choice that i've got it's to press the esc. key but it erase my modification.

 

I had the same Issue with the enter key after adding more RAM.  Saw few post about it but nobody was able to solved that issue.

If I searched on the HP drivers and download, they don't find anything on the website ... they found the good PC but nothings to install, so I can't update the BIOS too.

 

if anyone can help me, that will be really appreciated.

 

 

thanks

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Dang I'm so stupid...

 

I just saw that my keyboard got a fn key like a laptop... for a reason I don't know, when booting I don't have to push the fn button,  but in the BIOS I need tu push that button to use my f keys ... I feel so stupid and I lost so many time with the RAM bracket and trying to changing the VT options

 

I lost few hours to search in forums ...

 

 

Dang it

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With the computer powered-off, have you tried holding-down any alphabetic keyboard key, and then powering-on your computer?  You are hoping to get a message like "Keyboard error. Press <something_goes_here> to enter BIOS SETUP mode". Release that held-down key, and press the recommended key.

 

 

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Dear Friend,

 

 

I've try to push many alphabetic keys and It boot normally... so I don't know why it doesn't support my keyboard 

 

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Dang I'm so stupid...

 

I just saw that my keyboard got a fn key like a laptop... for a reason I don't know, when booting I don't have to push the fn button,  but in the BIOS I need tu push that button to use my f keys ... I feel so stupid and I lost so many time with the RAM bracket and trying to changing the VT options

 

I lost few hours to search in forums ...

 

 

Dang it

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