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Pheonix bios entry

Posted on 1998-09-21
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Would like to know how to get into the bios setup from startup in Pheonis bios.

Thank you
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Question by:Radshack
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by:dankh
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Hi,

   When you first start your computer, there should be a message instructing you how to enter the bios (ie F1, Del, etc.).
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by:rmarotta
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Try:  Alt-Ctrl-Esc.
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by:Radshack
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Thanks but the prob is no comments on screen tried f1 del etc to no avail.
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rbr earned 50 total points
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Another way is to unplug you keyboard. Many BIOSes jump into the settings when no keyboard is connected.
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by:rmarotta
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Sometimes this works:
Depress and hold INS key when turning power on.
Ralph
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