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screen goes to hit F2 or F10 on start up

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Question: On start up my computer goes to a screen that states hit: F2 to continue or F10 to enter set up. It will now continue until I make a selection. It use to just boot up to operating system. Started doing this about a month after Windows 10 upgrade.

 

Operating system: 10 (Upgrade)

 

Model: HP Pavilion d4790y

 

There are no BIOS upgrades according to the HP site.

 

Any ideas?

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Hi@Chuy32,

 

Thanks for stopping by HP Support Forums.

 

I came across your post and would like to help.

 

Need assistance fixing the boot issue on the PC. Is that, correct?

 

I recommend you to try the guided troubleshooter which ideally helps you to fix the issue on your PC.

 

http://hp.care/2ffM2tf

 

Hope the solution answers your query. Feel free to reply back for more.

 

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