SETUP AND UPGRADE
Starting System Setup
System setup means storing the hardware configuration information of the PC in the flash memory. Through
system setup, the PC retrieves various information including current date and time, memory capacity, and hard
disk capacity and type.
You setup the system when you set passwords, change the boot order, and add new peripheral devices to the
Items displayed on the Setup screen may differ by model type and specification.
To use the system setup (F2), booting device selection (F10), you need to restart the system (click [Restart] in
the system power menu) and then immediately press the corresponding function key due to the fast booting
Do not change the system setup unless necessary. Incorrect system setup may cause errors during system
operation. Use caution when changing the system setup.
For performance improvement, the system setup menu configuration and the initial setup status may be
changed and may become different from images included in the user manual.
Reboot the system and press [F2].
In a few moments, the system setup screen appears.
Keys Used in System Setup
Setting the Password
This process is to set a password so that other people cannot use the PC or change the settings.
The user can set a password while booting the system or setting up the system.
The model in the example can differ from actual models and is subject to change for performance improvements,
without prior notice.
Without the registered password, access to the system will be denied. Write down and keep the password in a