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Chapter 5. Configure Advanced Settings; Uefi Bios; What Is Uefi Bios; Enter The Uefi Bios Menu - Lenovo ThinkPad P15v Gen 1 User Manual

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Chapter 5. Configure advanced settings


This section introduces what is UEFI BIOS and the operations you can perform in UEFI BIOS.


UEFI BIOS is the first program that the computer runs when the computer is turned on. UEFI BIOS initializes
the hardware components and loads the operating system and other programs. Your computer comes with a
setup program with which you can change UEFI BIOS settings.

Enter the UEFI BIOS menu

Restart the computer. When the logo screen is displayed, press F1 to enter the UEFI BIOS menu.
Note: If you have set the supervisor password, enter the correct password when prompted. You also can
press Enter to skip the password prompt and enter the UEFI BIOS menu. However, you cannot change the
system configurations that are protected by the supervisor password.

Navigate in the UEFI BIOS interface

Attention: The default configurations are already optimized for you in boldface. Improper change of the
configurations might cause unexpected results.
You can navigate in the UEFI BIOS interface by pressing the following keys:
← →

Change the startup sequence

1. Restart the computer. When the logo screen is displayed, press F1.
2. Select Startup ➙ Boot. Then, press Enter. The default device order list is displayed.
Note: No bootable device is displayed if the computer cannot start from any devices or the operating
system cannot be found.
3. Set the startup sequence as desired.
4. Press F10 to save the changes and exit.
To change the startup sequence temporarily:
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Display the General Help screen.
Restore to the default settings.
Save your configuration and exit.
Change to a lower value.
Change to a higher value.
Locate an item.
Select a tab.
Exit the submenu and return to the parent menu.
Enter the selected tab or submenu.



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