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To enter to the BIOS, press DEL, F2 or a similar key. You can modify the bootup sequence and indicate to boot from CD-ROM first (this is very useful to use [[LiveCD]]s). To enter to the BIOS (actually UEFI since a few years), press DEL, F2, F12 or a similar key. You can modify the bootup sequence and indicate to boot from a USB thumb drive or a CD-ROM/DVD first (this is very useful to use [[LiveCD]]s).
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If you cannot boot a CD directly, you can use [[rawrite]] to create a boot floppy that loads the CD. If you work with very old systems, and you cannot boot a CD directly, you can use [[rawrite]] to create a boot floppy that loads the CD.
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 * [[Firmware/Updates|Update BIOS/UEFI/firmware]]

Translation(s): English - Français - Italiano

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Firmware > BIOS


To enter to the BIOS (actually UEFI since a few years), press DEL, F2, F12 or a similar key. You can modify the bootup sequence and indicate to boot from a USB thumb drive or a CD-ROM/DVD first (this is very useful to use LiveCDs).

If you work with very old systems, and you cannot boot a CD directly, you can use rawrite to create a boot floppy that loads the CD.

See also: