Actually, no -- boot menu isn't the right place, although you're close. By googling the make and model of your computer, it seems that F10 is the key to enter the BIOS. As soon as you see any information come up after pushing the power on button, begin pressing F10 repeatedly and rapidly. At some point prior to loading windows, the startup process will take you somehwere that you've never seen before -- the BIOS menu. It will be a very 1982-esque low quality graphics screen. Read your options carefully in this menu. It is always possible to undo the changes that you make, but it is usually recommended that you not change settings in here unless some instructions tell you to.
Not having your computer in front of me, I'm not sure what changes to make to the BIOS to fix the problem, but what I've given you here should at least get you to the BIOS settings.
By the way, Boot Menu, unless I'm rather mistaken, gives you options such as "Safe Mode", "Safe Mode with networking", "Run System Scan", etc. -- these are really just options for turning on and off major features of Windows.
Let me know if this helps.