▷ How to enter the BIOS on any computer model

 

How to enter the BIOS on any computer model

There are several reasons for wanting to enter your computer's BIOS , whether it's to change the boot device, set the system clock, or load default settings.

The steps to enter the BIOS or UEFI (the updated version of the BIOS) vary depending on the brand of your computer, and are generally quite similar. 

Next we will teach you how to access the BIOS or UEFI from any computer  regardless of the model you have.

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How to enter the BIOS of your computer

Normally in most operating systems to enter the BIOS we must press a key , as we mentioned, this varies depending on the brand or model of your computer, which is why we will see some alternatives to enter the BIOS or UEFI in case of you can't do it with the keyboard.

How to enter BIOS on different brands

This method is the best known at the computer level, where we only have to turn off and on the PC or simply restart and press the corresponding key during the boot screen to enter the BIOS or UEFI.

Keep in mind that you must press the corresponding key to access the BIOS as soon as you see the boot screen, for that, check the following table, the brand of your PC and you will see the key that you must press to enter the BIOS.

how to access BIOS or UEFI from any computer

Once the key corresponding to your model and brand has been identified, you will be able to enter the BIOS or UEFI, remember the steps to follow are:

  1. Shut down or restart the PC.
  2. Immediately during the boot screen , where we will see the first image that the monitor shows, we press the corresponding key several times to access the BIOS.
  3. After that, and navigate within the BIOS.

If somehow you can't get into BIOS or UEFI and your operating system is Windows 10, proceed to the next solution.

Enter BIOS from Windows 10

To enter the BIOS or UEFI from Windows 10 , you must perform other steps, in case accessing with the key does not work.

  1. Open Windows Settings.
  2. Click Update & Security (the button with the arrows in a circle).
  3. In the column on the left side, enter Recovery.
  4. In the right pane, scroll down to Advanced Startup and click Restart now.
  5. In the start menu, click Troubleshoot.
  6. Click UEFI Firmware Settings.
  7. Finally click Restart.

In this way, the PC will restart and enter the BIOS or UEFI so that you can make the configuration you want.

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