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How to boot into BIOS on an ASUS openbook

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How do I boot into BIOS on an ASUS openbook laptop?
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Are you sure this is an ASUS product, and not the AOPEN openbook. If its the Apoen then you need to press the F2 key during post to enter the Bios.
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Asus uses DEL key or F2
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