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Over the past few days, some readers have encountered an error code when setting up bios 2000. This problem can occur due to a number of factors. Now we will discuss them. f10. Saves the current values and returns to the previous menu. Esc. Quits Frequently from the BIOS setup menu or utility without saving changes. General
As someone asked in another thread, my partner has the same An example of a Compaq Deskpro 2000 166 MMX without a powerful drive, and should be able to install with it a new DOS disk.
However, since this is a full HDD, no BIOS setup is required. Option on all of our BIOS boot screens (e.g. no message in “f10=setup” small on the right). Apparently they should help you install the BIOS Run ad hoc on a disk partition created by reject decision three Compaq boot floppies so you can have F10 on boot actually reconfigure the hardware Storage (set tag, load order, etc.)
As this is a really old thread (2019) I can’t reply as it automatically blocked, which is why HP usually says at the top of this page: “It provides the one that makes someone answered. Just apply with a new question reopen the discussion,” so I’m here.
How do I get into BIOS on Windows 2000?
Windows 2000 model: Select Stop Start OK restart.Windows NT model: Select Start, Shut down, Restart computer, and Yes.3 When “
According to this binding, it is concluded that the car is also retro (end 90s/early 2000s) and HP no longer supports it, in and Several not found on the HP website to buy Floppy disks for BIOS solution.
How do I get into the BIOS on an older HP desktop?
Turn on the computer and wait a few seconds.Turn on the computer, immediately and firmly press the Esc key until the Start menu opens.Press f10 to open the BIOS setup utility.
I’m saying, it’s not like that, there this is a url file that hp can create many more drives this allows you to “install on f10” a new hard drive; I just did information technology myself. The steps I took were originally (hoping that I everyone got it right):