Setting Back BIOS Notebook Toshiba Satellite

Setting Back BIOS Notebook Toshiba Satellite

Setting Back BIOS Notebook Toshiba Satellite– In order to install the operating system (OS) on a personal computer, we have to go in setting the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) to set the first boot from the CD / DVD drive. However, an event we’ve ever experienced when going to install the OS on Toshibha Satellite L645 notebook, apparently inaccessible BIOS by pressing F2. This is because the BIOS settings on an item modified to Boot Speed ​​Fast mode, so as not to boot the notebook it says “Press F2 go to Setup Utility”.
Setting Back BIOS Notebook Toshiba Satellite

Back raises BIOS Notebook Toshiba Satellite

Setting Back BIOS Notebook Toshiba Satellite

Ah … I’ll have to clear CMOS BIOS settings back to default, but to reset the BIOS should open the case and when the notebook is still under warranty … “dilemma”. We are trying to find software that can be used to reset the BIOS as Bios320, PCCMOSCleaner, De-CMOS2, KillCMOS, CmosPwd or KeyDisk, but it can not solve all problems.

Then try the system try n ‘error, thank God met with the solution and we will share here, how:
1. Turn on the notebook by pressing F2 and power simultaneously.
2. A moment later the notebook display appears, immediately press F2 again.
3. You can access BIOS anymore.

Future so that you can get into the BIOS again, do the following settings:
1. Go to the Advanced tab BIOS.
2. Set Boot Speed ​​to Normal mode
3. Press F10 to save the settings and exit the BIOS.

Hopefully this article can help you if there’s any problem can not go into the BIOS on Toshiba notebooks, luck.

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