CMOS BIOS doesnt turn on to the screen

February 1, 2020 at 13:27:59
Specs: Windows 7, 512
HELLO, why does the computer doesn`t show the CMOS Bios indicate turn on the screen
How to make the CMOS Bios to appear on the screen

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February 1, 2020 at 14:22:34
Your description of the problem is very ambiguous.
A little more information would have been a lot more helpful.

Do you see a brief instruction telling you which key to press to
get the startup menu? On my HP laptop I can press the Esc key
for the menu or F10 to go directly to BIOS settings. Those are
fairly typical. I think some computers use the Del key.

Did you press the correct key at the right time, but the BIOS
settings program didn't open?

Did Windows start?

Does anything at all display on your screen?

Does the power indicator come on? Do you hear the fan start?
Do you hear the hard drive spin up? Does the HDD indicator light?

If the problem is not with the video hardware or hard drive, you may
be able to fix it with a reset. If your computer is a laptop, remove the
battery. Then hold the power button down for 10-20 seconds to drain
any charge on capacitors. Replace the battery and try again.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

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February 1, 2020 at 15:31:04
Laptop or desktop? What is the make/model? What is it that you want to do in the BIOS?

Also, are your specs correct - Windows 7 with just 512MB RAM? It must be painfully slow.

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February 1, 2020 at 20:51:15
You may have fast boot selected in your BIOS setup. Keystroke/s to enter the BIOS screens (setup) vary with model. Post the brand and model.

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February 14, 2020 at 05:01:20
For some reason, BIOS and UEFI manufactorers really don't want to display the key that is needed to enter the BIOS.

I'm not talking about the initial black screen, where the motherboad is powering up, but in the next phase after which the first information is shown on screen, whatever it is.

Doing that, would remove all pain and stress for both the knowledge of WHICH KEY to press, and WHEN to press it.

I just don't understand. The amount of useless info that is showed however, indicates it is technically possible, but they just refuse.

So, .. try F2, F8, F12, or whetever key your BIOS/UEFI manufacterer has decided. It could also be the case that - for example - ALL F-keys would startup the BIOS/UEFI config, but that would be too easy for the users. No, lets choose one, preferably another one than the other BIOS/UEFI, and not clearly indicate which one it is, like telling it on every normal boot.

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