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Some bios key sequences:
Del key with AMI or Award BIOS.
Esc (some Toshiba systems)
F1 (some Toshiba systems and some using Phoenix BIOS)
F2 (some NEC systems)
F10 (some Compaq systems)
Ins (some IBM PS/2 models)
On some Dell systems, you can press the Reset button twice.
Ctrl-Alt-Enter works on some Dell systems
Ctrl-Alt-? works on some IBM PS/2s
Ctrl-Alt-Esc for some Award BIOS systems
Ctrl-Alt-S for some Phoenix BIOS systems
Ctrl-Alt-Ins for some other Phoenix BIOS systems
G40, R40, R40e, R50, R50p, T40, T40p, T41, T41p, X40- Press the blue Access IBM button when the message "To interrupt normal startup, press the blue Access IBM button" is displayed to enter the Access IBM Predesktop Area, and then select Start setup utility to open the IBM BIOS Setup Utility.
i Series 1200
i Series 1300
i Series 1400
i Series 1500
i Series 172x
A20, A21, A22, A30, A31
R30, R31, R32,
T20, T21, T22, T23, T30
X20, X21, X22, X23, X24, X30, X31
TransNote - Pressing F1 during startup when the ThinkPad logo is displayed.
315ED - BIOS Utility is entered by holding F2 while the ThinkPad logo is displayed after power on.
365E/ED - Enter setup by pressing CTRL+Alt+F11 from a DOS prompt (you must be in DOS mode, not a DOS session under Windows).
365X/XD - With the unit powered off, hold the F1 key and power the unit on. Keep F1 held down until Easy setup appears
360, 355 series
380, 385 series
770 series - With the unit powered off, hold the F1 key and power the unit on. Keep F1 held down until Easy setup appears.
NOTE: On the TP 701, you can also access the Configuration area on BIOS by pressing the Fn+F1 keys.
500, 510 Enter setup by pressing CTRL+Alt+F3 from a DOS prompt (you must be in DOS mode, not a DOS session under Windows).
720/C - Pressing CTRL+ALT+INS when the cursor moves over to the upper right hand side of the screen right after the memory count.
730T - Hold the suspend/resume switch while powering on the computer.