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HP Spectre x360 How do I get into the BIOS?
My HP Spectre x360 boots really fast and I can't figure out how to access the BIOS screen?
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You should hit Esc + F10 at the start of the boot sequence.
- 1 blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/… -- This is a blog post describing how to setup the Spectre x360 from Build 2015. Cheers! – Glenn Ferrie May 10, 2015 at 4:11
On HP Spectre X360 15-bl012dx (2017 15-inch): Hold esc during boot. A menu appears. Press F10 to enter BIOS setup.
- 1 Thanks. Many tutorials show F10 , F12 but the newer models seem to prefer Esc – tresf Apr 1, 2020 at 18:19
You have to hit F9 during bootup. If you miss the right point, shut your laptop off, begin pressing the F9 key continously and then start your laptop. You can't miss it that way.
- 1 I could not get the BIOS to appear reliably using F9 . Esc + F10 seems to be the most reliable way. – Pete Jul 21, 2015 at 5:17
- same here. should use ESC + F10 – Squirrel Jan 16, 2016 at 1:46
Pressing F9 multiple times really fast at start up will get you to a boot menu, (Just holding down the F9 key won't work) once in that boot menu press F10 and that will get you to the main BIOS screen.
Follow these steps to open the Startup Menu from within Windows. In Windows 10, click Start. In Windows 10 and Windows 8, click Power and hold down the Shift key while you click Restart. Continue holding down Shift until the Choose an Option screen displays. From the Choose an Option screen, click Troubleshoot. Choose an Option screen with Troubleshoot selected From the Troubleshoot screen, click Advanced options. Troubleshoot screen with Advanced options selected From the Advanced options screen, click UEFI Firmware Settings. Advanced Options with UEFI Firmware Settings selected From the UEFI Firmware Settings screen, click Restart. UEFI Firmware Settings Restart The computer restarts and the Startup Menu opens.
From my experience Press F2 repeatedly or F6 is also accepted by some HP machines. HP Support F10, F2, F12, F1, or DEL. from HP Store dot com
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How to Reset BIOS Settings on Windows PCs
- Reset internally from your device’s BIOS or UEFI menu
- Reset by removing or replacing the CMOS battery
- Clear and reset BIOS settings by clearing your motherboard jumper
When do you need to reset your BIOS settings?
How to reset bios settings on windows pcs, 1. reset internally from your device’s bios or uefi menu.
- Hold down the shift key while you restart your computer
- You should see a blue screen with advanced troubleshooting options
- Navigate to the Settings tab under your Start menu by clicking the gear icon
- Click the Update & Security option and select Recovery from the left sidebar
- You should see a Restart now option below the Advanced Setup heading, click this whenever you’re ready
- When your computer restarts, it should load a blue screen with advanced troubleshooting options
- Select Troubleshoot and then click Advanced Options from the resulting options
- Choose UEFI Firmware Settings and click Restart to continue
2. Reset by removing and replacing the CMOS battery
- Turn off your PC’s power supply and remove all connections
- Make sure you’re properly grounded to prevent damage to your computer
- Access your computer’s interior, find the motherboard, and identify the CMOS battery. If you aren’t sure what this component looks like with your device, do some research into your specific model and specifications
- Remove the battery, wait several minutes, and reattach the battery to your motherboard. You may want to replace it with a new battery, rather than simply reinserting the old one. To avoid damage, remember to take extreme caution removing the battery, particularly if it doesn’t detach easily
3. Clear and reset BIOS settings by clearing your motherboard jumper
- Start by disconnecting your computer’s power supply, unplugging all connections, and grounding everything
- From here, follow the jumper-clearing instructions in the manual or online guide for your specific motherboard
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