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Lenovo S510 Desktop - BIOS Recovery help please

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I have a brand new Lenovo S510 Desktop (small form factor).  This one:http://shop.lenovo.com/gb/en/desktops/lenovo/s-series-sff/s510/  As usual, the first thing I do with any new pc is to update the software, drivers and BIOS. Downloaded the lastest BIOS from here.I chose the "Flash UEFI BIOS update (Flash from operating system)" version.http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds112505  Ran the utility from Windows 10 x64. After the utility ran in Windows, the machine shutdown and rebooted into the BIOS Setup Screen and began writing the new BIOS file, as expected. The BIOS update got to about 25% complete in the status bar and then froze during the "writing boot block" portion. I left the computer there for about an hour with no change. Powered down the machine eventually and, as feared, upon restarting:- the machine turns on- hdd runs, fan runs etc- but there is no video- no beeps, nothing So, BIOS appears to be bricked.  What is the correct method to perform a BIOS recovery on this specific model?It's a current 2016 model.  BIOS is AMI if I remember correctly while staring at the BIOS setup screen. Unfortunately, the S510 Desktop support pages don't appear to have any model-specific instructions for BIOS recovery.  As a result I've been trying recovery instructions for other Lenovo models... but have been unsuccessful so far. If possible, I'd prefer to recover from a usb stick but will d... Read more

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I have a brand new Lenovo S510 Desktop (small form factor).  This one:http://shop.lenovo.com/gb/en/desktops/lenovo/s-series-sff/s510/  As usual, the first thing I do with any new pc is to update the software, drivers and BIOS. Downloaded the lastest BIOS from here.I chose the "Flash UEFI BIOS update (Flash from operating system)" version.http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds112505  Ran the utility from Windows 10 x64. After the utility ran in Windows, the machine shutdown and rebooted into the BIOS Setup Screen and began writing the new BIOS file, as expected. The BIOS update got to about 25% complete in the status bar and then froze during the "writing boot block" portion. I left the computer there for about an hour with no change. Powered down the machine eventually and, as feared, upon restarting:- the machine turns on- hdd runs, fan runs etc- but there is no video- no beeps, nothing So, BIOS appears to be bricked.  What is the correct method to perform a BIOS recovery on this specific model?It's a current 2016 model.  BIOS is AMI if I remember correctly while staring at the BIOS setup screen. Unfortunately, the S510 Desktop support pages don't appear to have any model-specific instructions for BIOS recovery.  As a result I've been trying recovery instructions for other Lenovo models... but have been unsuccessful so far. If possible, I'd prefer to recover from a usb stick but will d... Read more

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Hello, I am having one desktop of Lenovo S510 which Machine Type is 10KW-005JAX. I have installed all drivers except one, its showing unknown device. And the unknown device ID is ACPI\MSFT0101. Can anyone help me out from this.  Thanks,Bilal

A:Need Drivers for Lenovo S510 Desktop

Hi bilalkundlik, Please check this post from Intel forums about the Id. Here's the link : https://communities.intel.com/thread/47770Hope this helps. Cheers,





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Hello, I am having one desktop of Lenovo S510 which Machine Type is 10KW-005JAX. I have installed all drivers except one, its showing unknown device. And the unknown device ID is ACPI\MSFT0101. Can anyone help me out from this.  Thanks,Bilal

A:Need Drivers for Lenovo S510 Desktop

Hi bilalkundlik, Please check this post from Intel forums about the Id. Here's the link : https://communities.intel.com/thread/47770Hope this helps. Cheers,





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Hi all, My company buys 10 PC (S510 Desktop (Lenovo) ), all of them install with same image file (windows 7 x86 with full updates and drivers). 9 of 10 pcs are ok but 1 has a problem that it can not shutdown (hang up in shutdown screen). i tried to install windows 7 x64 but it still can not shutdown. The Lenovo services center replaced a new hdd (the old hdd was decripted with "delay") but it still the same, cannot shutdown. I don't know how to fix it because our company has a application runs only in win 7 x86. Thanks for helping me !

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Hi all, My company buys 10 PC (S510 Desktop (Lenovo) ), all of them install with same image file (windows 7 x86 with full updates and drivers). 9 of 10 pcs are ok but 1 has a problem that it can not shutdown (hang up in shutdown screen). i tried to install windows 7 x64 but it still can not shutdown. The Lenovo services center replaced a new hdd (the old hdd was decripted with "delay") but it still the same, cannot shutdown. I don't know how to fix it because our company has a application runs only in win 7 x86. Thanks for helping me !

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Just wondering if there is any Bios update released by Lenovo for the H110 chipset for use with the Kaby Lake processors. Apologies if this has been answered but my forum search gave 0 results. If no, any such updates in the future? Will be great to have this update to allow current processors to be upgraded. Thanks!

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Hi all, I got today Lenovo S510 model: 10KW005NAX I want to get a cable or adapter to connect Displayport to HDMI 1080p LCD I have from before There seem to be passive and active converters, what I understood from online is that if I have DP++ PC I can get a passive converter or else I need an active converter. I don't know if cables can be active and passive too?For example: Amazon linkSo the description says source can be DP or DP++, so it has a chip inside it? so it's active? So... can anyone tell me what is my displayport type (Lenovo S510) ? and maybe shed some light on what I need to get clear picture to HDMI in? Appreciate your help   

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Hi there, looking to buy a few S510 SFF PC's but i also need to put in a PCI Parallel card and just wondered did any one know what PCI slot is in this PC ? can i just put in a low profile PCI card or does it have to be the low profile express PCI card ? or even if anyone could just show me a pic of the motherboard would be great ive attcahed a pic of the standard low profile card.any help would be much apreciatedmark 













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A:Lenovo S510 SFF PCI slot

Hi markflan,
 
Thanks for posting!
 
I would refer to the maintenance manual linked below, hopefully they'll answer your questions.
 
S510 - Maintenance Manual - SFF
S510 - User guide - SFF
 
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Hi there, looking to buy a few S510 SFF PC's but i also need to put in a PCI Parallel card and just wondered did any one know what PCI slot is in this PC ? can i just put in a low profile PCI card or does it have to be the low profile express PCI card ? or even if anyone could just show me a pic of the motherboard would be great ive attcahed a pic of the standard low profile card.any help would be much apreciatedmark 


























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Hi guysI want to install Windows XP in My LENOVO Desktop S510 But I coudn't, I tried a lot of useless solutions. So I hope to give me some Ideas to Install Windows Because I have a important programs that I want to run on XP. When I'm installing XP the bluescreen error Appear (The image in the attachment)Please help me.


























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I recently upgraded to the latest BIOS on my desktop S510. The reason was I purchased a MSI Geforce GTX1060 graphics card and a new PSU (Corsair 650). After installing everything the system works fine, except for one strange thing:
 
The on/off button never goes off when I turn the computer off through software (Windows turn off) and there is a fan still running, forever it seems. The computer can be cool but the fan just runs. I checked by opening the chassi and it is the CPU fan.
 
GPU works fine and all drivers are installed. I have updated Win and BIOS through Lenovo.
 
The store says they tested my PSU, when I returned it yesterday, and it works fine in another system.
 
My solution today is to turn off the power first through software and afterwards using the switch on the back of the PSU.

A:Lenovo S510: CPU fan spinning when computer is off

In the other IdeaCentre, 'Lenovo Desktop Towers', forum, I have seen posts where owners with upgraded power supplies using 24 to 10-pin adapters have reported the similar behavior.  I don't recall seeing a solution (but also wasn't searching for one.)  GL. 

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I recently upgraded to the latest BIOS on my desktop S510. The reason was I purchased a MSI Geforce GTX1060 graphics card and a new PSU (Corsair 650). After installing everything the system works fine, except for one strange thing:
 
The on/off button never goes off when I turn the computer off through software (Windows turn off) and there is a fan still running, forever it seems. The computer can be cool but the fan just runs. I checked by opening the chassi and it is the CPU fan.
 
GPU works fine and all drivers are installed. I have updated Win and BIOS through Lenovo.
 
The store says they tested my PSU, when I returned it yesterday, and it works fine in another system.
 
My solution today is to turn off the power first through software and afterwards using the switch on the back of the PSU.

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see attached 
 
Mod edit:  Removed Serial Number to prevent abuse.

A:Re: reverse FN keys on PC Lenovo TS S510

Hi michele123,
 
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HP software said there was a bios update and it ran through this one screen said it recommended backing up the bios in case of corruption and it created a partition. Computer will now not boot and as its new I dont have a recovery disk. How is it that an automatic HP update can kill the computer. Anyone know if removing the partition will solve it or if /i have likely lost everything on the C drive. Any help appreciated thanks

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Hi This have worked fine before on Lenovo X2xx series. They usually come preinstalled with Win 10, but I need to have Win 7 on them. Before installing Windows from USB, I go into bios - change Secure Boot to disable.Then go to Startup: Set CSM to enable, Boot Mode to Auto, Boot Priority to Leagacy First . Save and hit F12, choose my USB stick with Windows 7 install files - and install Windows. But with this f*** Lenovo S510, my keyboard and mouse dont work. I have tryed it on both USB 2 and 3 output, change my keyboard and mous a few times - but with no luck. How in the name of ... can I get my keyboard and mous to work.  It all stops with the first Windows 7 logo (where you choose your language etc)  

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Hi
 
This have worked fine before on Lenovo X2xx series. They usually come preinstalled with Win 10, but I need to have Win 7 on them.
 
Before installing Windows from USB, I go into bios - change Secure Boot to disable.
Then go to Startup: Set CSM to enable, Boot Mode to Auto, Boot Priority to Leagacy First .
 
Save and hit F12, choose my USB stick with Windows 7 install files - and install Windows.
 
But with this Lenovo S510, my keyboard and mouse dont work. I have tryed it on both USB 2 and 3 output, change my keyboard and mous a few times - but with no luck.
 
How in the name of ... can I get my keyboard and mous to work. 
 
It all stops with the first Windows 7 logo (where you choose your language etc)
 
 
 
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Good day, I working on upgrading my Lenovo S510 Tower, both RAMs (from 4GB to 16GB) and graphic card (from Intel® Integrated Graphics to GeForce GTX 1050). I tried to get the motherboard details from the System Information but it says "not available". The system breif details are in this link (i5-6500 Processor). Having said that, I would like to know the following details before I proceed: - What is the compatible RAM speed ? (2133MHz or 2400MHz)- Will the graphic card in this link considered to be compatible ?- Do I need to upgrade the power supply, or the existing will work just fine? Please advise. Thank you

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Hello, I tried the usual keys, also Fn + F2, however it has no effect.This model has no Novo button as far as I see.it is this exact model: http://support.lenovo.com/de/de/products/Laptops-and-netbooks/500-Series/510-15IKB/80SV/00H2GE?linkT...  Can someone help please ? Cheers

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Hello, I tried the usual keys, also Fn + F2, however it has no effect.This model has no Novo button as far as I see.it is this exact model: http://support.lenovo.com/de/de/products/Laptops-and-netbooks/500-Series/510-15IKB/80SV/00H2GE?linkT...  Can someone help please ? Cheers













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Found it, it has a novo button, solved

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How to Recover a bad or brick bios in lenovo laptops:1.Download Phoenix Wincrisis then Click on the WINCRIS.exe and choose CREATE MINIDOS CRISIS DISK and press START to make: USB Flopy or usb flash memory.When creating the boot Floppy or usb memory, select from Folder Options to view the hiden and system files and delete or rename the file config.sys if present.2. Download your Bios file from lenovo.com if u dont have it, Rename your BIOS file to bios.wph and copy it to your: USB Floppy/usb memory.3.Plug USB Floppy/usb memory into laptop and shotdown.4. Hold down Fn+R keys and while holding press the power button.5. Now you should hear the flopy drive working or usb blinking, hold the keys for a while.6. Leave the computer for few min. and if the computer does not restart it self turn the power down.7. if everything went OK the computer shold start normally.Download Phoenix Wincrisis Links:link to filehttp://www.mediafire.com/?ztmilmmeymrNote: This procedure is for Phoenix BIOS`es only and this metod works only for lenovo.VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUTE RECOVERY LENOVO LAPTOPS: Do not take off your battery before flashing unlike the others brand that you should take off battery!! It seems that before flashing, it verify AC/DC connection and battery level. If one of them is not ok, then reflash is stopped.Hope to rescue your laptop.
 
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Hi,i'm looking for 2 weeks a method of recovering my laptop,I made the BIOS update and updated windows,after rebooting it appeared that I have no bootable environmentand at the second start, the black screen remained,I checked the memory chip, the SSD, on another laptop and it works smoothlywhat can I do? 

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Hello,I'm following the steps in this thread https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-P-Y-and-Z-series/Lenovo-Y50-BIOS-Recovery-Reset-method-needed-HE... and I've successfully entered the Insyde Crisis mode, fans at 100% and no keyboard backlight, but one thing is not working, the Crisis mode does not read my USB with the bios files in it, I've tried 8GB, 16GB, 32GB as FAT32 and 4GB as FAT. Do any of you have an idea of what it could be?

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Right after re-installing Windows 8 on a Lenovo G510, I updated the BIOS to version 79CN50WW (V3.09) with the file which is available on this website. Unfortunately, the update crashed right in the middle of the process and leaves me with a broken BIOS. After booting the notebook, I get the following messages: lenovo logo"EFI Nentwork 0 for IPv4 (F8-A9-63-33-28-09)" with an [OK]-Button. If I hit OK, I'll get..."No bootable device -- Please restart system"If I restart the system, I'll see the following messages: lenovo logo"EFI Nentwork 0 for IPv4 (F8-A9-63-33-28-09)" with an [OK]-Button. If I hit OK, I'll get..."Default Boot Device Missing or Boot Failed.Insert Recovery Media and Hit any keyThen Select 'Boot Manager' to choose a new Boot Device or to Boot Recovery Media"If I hit [OK] again, the Boot Manager shows up with a list which has two entries which are:EFI Network 0 for IPv4 (F8-A9-63-33-28-09)EFI Network 0 for IPv6 (F8-A9-63-33-28-09)Whatever option I choose from these both, nothing changes. How can I recover the (previous) BIOS or get the notebook to work again properly?

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Hello,I need from help.How can I recover my Insyde H2O bios on Lenovo G575?I have read few topics in this forum about some others models ot LENOVO, but my bios image is with extension ".ROM" not ".WPH." I have many try with usb, unbluging the battery and AC cord, FN+R or FN+B, no result. I have try the usb in all 3 usb ports.The problem appeared after downgrade the bios, now my screen is black. 

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Hi everyone, I bought a Lenovo idea center s510-08ikl last week. For a couple of days, it has very slow internet speed over wifi. I have my laptop connected to the same network, at speeds up to 30mbps, but the desktop has internet speed 0.3, 0.2 mbps. I have tried reinstalling the wifi adapter driver, updated it, uninstall and reinstall but nothing seems to be working. Please help.

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I'm trying to downgrade from windows 10 to windows 7. While doing this USB Keyboard and Mouse is not functioning at the language selection page. We tried with UEFI and Legecy in bios but no luck. Kindly Suggest something on this. Model No: Lenovo Thinkcentre s510 

A:USB keyboard and Mouse are not functioning while installing windows 7(Lenovo s510 Thinkcentre)

Windows 7 does not have drivers for the Intel Skylake processor in your S510.   There's many tools (Microsoft, Gigabyte, ASUS, etc.) and ways, including videos on Youtube, to 'inject' those drivers into Win 7 install media. 

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0. find another computer connected to internet.1. download bios file : http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/uk/en/DriversDownLoads/drivers_show_3446.html2. download this file : http://narod.ru/disk/6016157001/Lenovo.Y560.Phoenix.Crysis.Tool.zip.html  ( Phoenix.Crysis.Tool include new PHLASH16.EXE - 1.7.0.21 [20.11.2009]) and extract it to the desktop.3. extract the zip file, rename "30cn71ww.wph" file to "bios.wph" and copy this file under phoenix tool folder.4. plug the usb stick ( not more than 4 gb or about 2-4 gb )5. run wincris.exe > start > ok > ok > no6. turn off your notebook. plug the ac power & battery & ready usb stick (into the port usb / e-sata?)7. hold down Fn+R keys and while holding press the power button.8. you should see usb blinking and hear fan noise, hold the keys for a while.9. after 5 seconds, leave the computer alone. wait for auto restart ( may take couple of minutes 1 or 2 )10. if it doesn't, restart your computer.if it works, you will be able to access your computer.   *alternatives :http://www.2shared.com/file/e2lgJ1Vy/y560_Bios_Recovery.htmlhttp://rapidshare.com/files/449087298/y560_Bios_Recovery.ziphttp://hotfile.com/dl/106487305/9a37aee/y560_Bios_Recovery.zip.htmlps. thanks for the translation

A:Lenovo ideaPad Y560 BIOS Recovery

thanks. it really worked. 

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So I tried updating the BIOS on my Lenovo M92p desktop using Lenovo System Update program. Unfortunately, it didnt work and i ended up with a blank screen. I waited for about 10 minutes and still nothing happened. I decided to hold the power button and had it shut off. After multiple power ons, still no POST. I read the HMM and the section about BIOS boot block recovery. It said I needed to burn an iso file to a CD and also move the CMOS jumper to pins 2 & 3. Since I dont have a cd, I put the bios flash package on a usb drive instead, plugged it into pc, and also moved CMOS jumper to 2 & 3. Computer turns on and there are two beeps. No display. Does this mean I will have to get a CD?













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A:Help with BIOS please. (Lenovo Boot Block Recovery)

What format was the USB drive?  Try using FAT32.  Failing that, yes, get a CD. 

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Hello! I recently wanted to update the bios of my laptop Lenovo Ideapad n581 with the official software. Well, after the bios update, the laptop was no longer running, just the black screen.How can I recover the corrupted bios, considering the Insyde bios? I tried some internet tutorials but no results. Thank you!

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Hello! I recently wanted to update the bios of my laptop Lenovo Ideapad n581 with the official software. Well, after the bios update, the laptop was no longer running, just the black screen.How can I recover the corrupted bios, considering the Insyde bios? I tried some internet tutorials but no results. Thank you!

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I note that one option is to backup to DVD. If I backup to DVD what do I need/use to recover my system from the DVDs?

It would seem that if I must have an operating XP system to recover I might as well backup to my "C" disk as I do now.
 

A:Lenovo desktop Rescue and Recovery to DVD

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I really like this ability to create a backup on demand, as I have needed the rescue multiple times. (I also have Acronis image backups on an external drive).

The R&R documentation allows for 32 backups. Does anyone know what happens if I try to create a 33rd backup?

A friend thinks it will merge number 33 into number 32, but I'd like to be sure.
 

A:Lenovo desktop Rescue and Recovery

Hi LouCopits,

I'm not sure either but I would have thought you might get a message saying you are out of disc space? Unless you back it up to an external drive? I also have a Lenovo but my backup has stopped working for some unknown reason.

Try backing up to an external source and see if this works. However, a word of warning, when I tried backing up my current C-Drive setting, it did work BUT it actually moved the current setting to the DVDs. In other words, I did not have this back-up setting on the C-Drive anymore!!!

Good luck!

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Hi
My client has a brand new V520 mini. It is still in warranty. Windows crashed and won't boot. He tried to do a system restore, but there were no restore points. Unfortunately he didn't create a rescue disk when we sold him the computer. I looked for a recovery disk using the serial number, but it said no recovery disk was available for that system. What can we do? Can we use a retail copy to reinstall the system? I assume the license is embedded in the bios.
 
 
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A:V520s Desktop (Lenovo) Recovery

Is the system trying to Startup Repair when booting, or is trying to boot Windows but failing to load completely? One option would be to interrupt the boot process, by turning on the system, and as soon as you see Windows start to load, unplug the system (You can also try holding down the power button to shut it off, but with and SSD that may not be quick enough).    Do that 3 times in a row, and Windows should load into its recovery environment (WinRE), and from there you can choose Troubleshoot and then either select Refresh, which will repair the OS while preserving all the user data files, or Reset the system to its factory condition and lose all the user data files. You can also run the repair by using a Windows 10 installation DVD or USB drive, which you can create for free using Microsoft's Media Creation tool.   To enter recovery using the installation media, boot to the Windows 10 installation media, and then on the second screen select "Repair your computer".  Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Windows 10 Installation USB or DVDhttps://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2294-boot-advanced-startup-options-windows-10-a.html#option5 You are correct that the Product ID Is stored in the BIOS, but if you are doing a clean install, you have to skip past the "Enter Product Key" step by selecting "I do not have a product Key" and Windows will activate auto... Read more

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HiMy client has a brand new V520 mini thinkpad. It is still in warranty. Windows crashed and won't boot. He tried to do a system restore, but there were no restore points. Unfortunately he didn't create a rescue disk when we sold him the computer. I looked for a recovery disk using the serial number, but it said no recovery disk was available for that system. What can we do? Can we use a retail copy to reinstall the system? I assume the license is embedded in the bios. Thanks

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