U s i n g t h e B I O S S e t u p U t i l i t y
Starting BIOS Setup
Not long after turning on your computer, this symbol appears in the
top right corner of the screen:
While this symbol is displayed, you can press the
BIOS Setup utility.
If BIOS Setup starts on its own
This can happen for three reasons:
APRICOT 340 OWNER'S HANDBOOK
POST detects a configuration error or fault. This may be
signalled by one or more of the POST error messages listed in
the "Troubleshooting" chapter. If a persistent fault is indicated,
make a note of any error messages and the current
configuration settings before calling an authorized maintainer.
The CMOS battery may be running down. This may be
signalled by spurious POST error messages. If this happens
every time you turn on the computer, you may have to change
the battery as described in Appendix A.
The computer's configuration may have changed, for example
by the addition of more system memory, more cache memory,
or an expansion card. In this case you may have to define the
1 key to start the