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I have a Lenovo Laptop running Windows 8 and can not enter BIOS.
Any help?

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Scott
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Restart the Computer and try to enter Bios. (No Shut down.)

Windows 8 does not really shut down the laptop completely, but puts it into hibernation state.  This is called "hybrid shutdown", and was invented to speedup subsequent Windows startup.

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http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Windows-8-and-8-1-Knowledge-Base/How-to-get-into-BIOS-in-Windows-8/ta-p/942279
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here a detailed description on how to get in the BIOS :
http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-access-the-bios-on-a-windows-8-computer/
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Press and hold the Shift key while selecting the Shutdown option in Windows 8. This will make the PC perform a full shutdown instead of a hybrid shutdown. Then F1 or F12 can be pressed successfully during startup
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