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Bios HP DV7-4050 DA0LX6MB6G2 Rev.G

BIOS Laptop Hp

What is BIOS?

Bios is a basic input output system, which is an important component of computers and laptops. In the form of an 8 foot IC, each on the right side 4 and left 4. Inside the Bios IC there is a software file installed as the basic system on a laptop computer.

How to Enter Bios

The first setting if you want to install a windows operating system or anything else lies in the BIOS to adjust booting from CD or USB. Command on the keyboard to enter the system bios Each laptop computer is the same, there is something different. As follows:

Lenovo = Press the F2 button or Fn + F2 button
Toshiba = F2, ESC or F1 key
Acer = F1, F2 or CTRL + ALT + ESC keys
Dell = F2, Delete, F12, F1, F3 or Fn + F1
Compaq = F10 or Delete
Asus = F2 key
Hp = F10 key

Common keys for entering BIOS are F1, F2, F10, Delete, Esc, as well as key combinations such as Ctrl + Alt + Esc or Ctrl + Alt + Delete, although that is more common on older machines. Also note that a key like F10 might actually launch something else, like the boot menu. The exact key or key combination depends on your computer manufacturer and model.

You can continue with trial and error until you find the right key, press several different keys at once and have good luck or see the list below.

Acer BIOS Enter button

The most common keys to enter Setup on Acer hardware are F2 and Erase.
On older computers, try F1 or the key combination Ctrl + Alt + Esc.
If your computer is equipped with BIOS ACER, you can return the BIOS to bootable settings by pressing and holding the F10 key. After you hear the two beeps, the settings have been restored.

Asus BIOS Enter Button

As with Acer, the most common key is F2.
Depending on your model, it might also be a Delete or Insert key, and less often F10.
Dell BIOS Key
On newer Dell computers, try the F2 key when you see the Dell logo.
Or, try F1, Delete, F12, or even F3.
Older models might use Ctrl + Alt + Enter or Delete or Fn + Esc or Fn + F1.

HP BIOS Enter Button

The keys most commonly used on HP machines to enter settings include F10 and Esc.
On some HP F1, F2, F6, or F11 computers it will open the gate to the BIOS.
On the HP Tablet PC F10 or F12 will take you into the BIOS.
HP has compiled information about its BIOS here.


Lenovo BIOS Enter Button

The F1 or F2 key will take you into the BIOS.
Older hardware may require the key combination Ctrl + Alt + F3 or Ctrl + Alt + Enter key or Fn + F1.
If you have a ThinkPad, check out this Lenovo resource: how to access BIOS on a ThinkPad.

MSI BIOS Enter button

If you know that your computer uses an MSI motherboard, then the key to triggering the BIOS is most likely the Delete key. You may even see a message that says "Press Del to enter SETUP". On some MSI motherboard models, the key to accessing the BIOS is F2.
 

Sony BIOS Enter Button

On a Sony VAIO, F2 or F3 will take you into the BIOS, but you can also try F1.
If your VAIO has an ASSIST key, try to press and hold it while you turn on the laptop. This also works if your Sony VAIO came with Windows 8.

Toshiba BIOS Enter Button

Your best bet is the F2 key.
Other candidates include F1 and Esc.
On the Toshiba Equium, F12 will enter the BIOS.
Toshiba also has more detailed instructions on how to access the BIOS.

Damage to the system BIOS can cause the laptop no display to turn on but no display can also turn off completely.

Installing the bios IC requires a special tool in the form of a Usb adapter as a medium for reading IC Bios. Generally, technicians disassemble the laptop first if they want to install the BIOS IC system on the laptop machine (mainboard).
The BIOS IC embedded in the mainboard is removed first using a soldering iron or steam solder. Only then read using a special adapter that is connected via USB to another laptop that is used for the BIOS file system installation process.

The process of installing the IC BIOS must be expert, otherwise the problem is not finished, the laptop can die completely. Removing forgotten BIOS passwords is one of them this way.

The shape of the IC BIOS components is generally a thick square box each having a right leg 4 left 4 The series brands are different and also have different shapes with other ICs. BIOS IC capacity is 512kb, 1Mb, 2Mb, 4Mb, 8Mb, 16Mb. New laptop BIOS capacity used 8Mb to 16Mb.

The BIOS can be updated to update its settings menu. BIOS functions include setting the date and time, setting the boot system, checking the specifications of the processor, RAM, hard disk and so on.

Batrey CMOS is required to save BIOS settings. BIOS settings often change the date and time chaos due to the CMOS battery running out. Batrey CMOS is like batrey Jam, the price is around 5 thousand. Don't run out if you don't want the BIOS setting to have a problem