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Windows 7: How to get back BIOS booting screen?

27 Jun 2011   #1
winpomocnik

windows 7 32 Ultimate
 
 
How to get back BIOS booting screen?

Repair company ****ed up my PC, they changed booting sequence and switch off BIOS booting screen. Now when I want to reinstall my system (because of serious virus) my PC doesn't accept booting win DVD and I can't see any port messages. Can't acces BIOS. I tried taping 'delete' , 'F2' , 'TAB' , 'F8' non of it works. Maybe it works because when I tried taping them I couldn't see anything on screen 'no signal to monitor' and system didn't start at all. It takes 15 minutes to start system now without touching anything.

It's new computer connected to plasma screen via HDMI. Whole spec is ni my profile.

Can somebody help me pls with that???


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27 Jun 2011   #2
speedgamer01

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit SP1
 
 

Check your motherboard manual, they might say something about that hiding bios thing
The bigger monitor resolution shouldnt be a problem in any ways, but no signal is strange, if you have onboard as well (maybe not) then try to plug the TV into that port, rather than the video card.
also try pressin escape while booting, but don't hold it down, delete should have been worked previously

Maybe ASUS has an on-the-fly utility on the mobo install disk, to tweak to bios, try reset bios through that thing.
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27 Jun 2011   #3
alphanumeric

Windows 10 Education 64 bit
 
 

There should be a clear CMOS/Bios reset jumper on the motherboard. That jumper will reset the BIOS to failsafe defaults. Instructions on how to use it and where it is should be in your motherboard manual. Read them before you attempt it or you could damage your motherboard. Taking the CMOS battery out for a couple of minutes should do the same thing. My guess is Fast Boot was likely enabled. Once you reset it you'll have to set the time and date, boot order, etc, etc.
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27 Jun 2011   #4
MacGyvr

Windows 7 Ultimate RTM (Technet)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by winpomocnik View Post
Repair company ****ed up my PC, they changed booting sequence and switch off BIOS booting screen. Now when I want to reinstall my system (because of serious virus) my PC doesn't accept booting win DVD and I can't see any port messages. Can't acces BIOS. I tried taping 'delete' , 'F2' , 'TAB' , 'F8' non of it works. Maybe it works because when I tried taping them I couldn't see anything on screen 'no signal to monitor' and system didn't start at all. It takes 15 minutes to start system now without touching anything.

It's new computer connected to plasma screen via HDMI. Whole spec is ni my profile.

Can somebody help me pls with that???
Look for QuickBoot in your bios or something similarly named...turn it off.
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