|10 Apr 2012||#2|
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If your BIOS doesn't include such options, then they simply are not there.
I don't know about hacking BIOS's, and I wouldn't suggest it at all. You could brick your motherboard.
However, you should check with your manufacturer's website and see if there is an update available for the BIOS that may increase available options.
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