Startup BIOS?

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BIOS stands for Basic Input/Output System. To open the BIOS on your computer, press either F1 or F2 when the computer starts. Through BIOS, you can make adjustment settings in the hardware of your computer.
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1. Turn on your computer. 2. Press the "Del, "Esc, "F1, "F2, or "F1O" keys to open the BIOS. 3. Use the directional arrow keys to select any setting
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typical MOST BIOS start ups contain. Advance BIOS Features. Advance Chipset Features. Integrated Peripherals. Power Management Setup. then under them are more options etc.
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You are getting the error because there is some SCSI or RAID controller in your system that has no drives attached to it. Go into the system BIOS and disable any controllers you
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