Advice 1: How to set BIOS

BIOS (BIOS) is a set of built-in computer programs that are designed to perform computer startup, configure their devices and loading the operating system. Like any software the BIOS can be configured.
You will need
  • computer.
Instruction
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Restart the computer to enter the BIOS, and when you see the first screen press the Delete key. Other options are possible keys on different motherboards, usually on the splash screen will be shown message like Press Del to enter setup. If you specify another key, for example F2, press it to enter the BIOS.
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Navigate to the Boot sector. The management teams of the BIOS is performed using the cursor and Enter key. Find the setting Boot device - it is responsible for the sequence of boot devices. Highlight the desired option using the arrows and activate it by pressing Enter. Select the primary boot hard drive, to do this, select First Boot Device and press Enter, select HDD, and press Enter.
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Go to Power to set the BIOS settings for the cooler and CPU. Turn on the control system of the cooler and CPU. To do this, select option CPU Q-Fan Control set to Enabled, the option CPU Fan Profile select Optimal.
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Remove boot splash logo when turning on the computer to speed up system boot. To do this, navigate to the Boot sector, select Boot Settings Cohfiguration, look for Full Screen Logo, set the value of this parameter is Disabled.
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Go to Standard CMOS Setup to set the date and time of the system and the parameters of the hard drive of the computer. In the Integrated Peripherals section you can set the interface configuration and additional system functions. For installation options, energy and power refer to Power Management Setup. The function of binding to the cards the computer can be set to PnP/PCI Configurations.
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To determine the indications of the system sensors (CPU temperature, fan speed), refer to Hardware Monitor. To restore the BIOS default settings, select Load Setup Defaults.

Advice 2: How to set bios

BIOS – base input-output system, the basic system input-output is a set of parameters defining a mode of operation of computer hardware. These settings can have a major impact on the computer performance, affecting the operation of the CPU, memory, hard drives, floppy drives and other systems.



Before trying to configure the bios, backup your important documents and other data located on the computer. Careless manipulation of the bios can end fatally.



  1. First of all, you need to open the bios setup menu. To do this, press several times the key menu access the bios at the moment after self test of the computer immediately after switching it on) and before loading the operating system (the appearance of the four-color Windows flag). Pressing the access key is usually Del or F2. Usually on the screen after the test system is displayed in a tip — by pressing some key to enter bios.

  2. In the boot tab you can specify the order in which the system polls the drives at boot. For example, to install the system, you usually have to boot from the CD drive, and during normal operation of the better off to protect against viruses and other malicious software that may be installed on the disc. First boot is produced with First Boot Device.

  3. In section Power management of the CPU cooler and case (para Hardware monitor). It is recommended to enable (Enabled) the control of all coolers (CPU Fan and Chasis Fan) and the Fan Profile set to Optimal. This will help avoid overheating and system failure of the processor or volatile of his work.

  4. In the section Boot Settings Configuration you can disable Full Screen Logo (Disabled) — then when you boot instead of the manufacturer's logo will be visible to more meaningful information about the results of testing the system.








Of course, it is possible to configure the bios in many other settings, however, we emphasize again the seriousness of any transactions with the BIOS. As a rule, most of the bios settings in an optimal way, providing if not the most productive, the most reliable operation of the system.

Note
Commands in different versions of the BIOS may vary slightly from that described above.
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