HP BIOS Key to Enter the System BIOS

By | May 28, 2020

HP BIOS Key.

You only need to press one button to enter the system BIOS of your computer/notebook. It’s just that you need to pay attention to the button and when the right time to press it.

Each device brand has a different button to enter the system BIOS. So, you need to find out first what brand of device you will enter the BIOS.

Some laptop/computer brands have used the F2 key as the entrance to the system BIOS. But not with HP products, we will not enter the system BIOS when pressing the F2 key.

HP BIOS Key to Enter the System BIOS

Based on our experience, HP products on the market use 3 HP BIOS keys. But all three will not be in one device, aka, each device will only use one HP BIOS key to enter the system BIOS.

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So, from the three HP BIOS keys below, please try one by one until you find the one hotkey that matches the device you are using.

Enter the BIOS using the F10 key

This is the button most often used by the latest devices from the HP brand. So, if your device is released in 2010 or newer, please use this button to enter the system BIOS.

The way, you restart the computer/laptop and press the F10 key many times until the BIOS appears.

Enter the BIOS Using the Escape Key (ESC)

This button is also quite often used by HP products. So, if it fails with F10 to enter the BIOS, please use this button to enter the system BIOS.

The way, you restart the computer/laptop and press the ESC button on the keyboard many times until the BIOS appears.

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Enter the BIOS using the F9 key

If this button is used quite rarely by HP products, but there are several series of products that use this button to enter the system BIOS. So it never hurts to try to use this button if the two previous buttons failed to bring you into the system BIOS.

The way, you restart the computer/laptop and press the F9 key on the keyboard many times until the BIOS appears.

In addition to the three buttons above, there are also several HP product series that use the DEL key. Maybe this is the last alternative you need to try. Usually, the old devices from HP products still use this button.

Okay, good luck and I hope you can find the right HP BIOS key for your device from this article.

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