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SETUP Runs Automatically
If the system configuration has changed since the last time the
computer was booted, SETUP will be invoked automatically.
If SETUP runs automatically, error code screens may appear
before the Main Menu. The meaning of these error codes is
given in a table at the end of this publication.
When SETUP runs automatically, arrowheads appear alongside
Main Menu items affected by the changes detected.
When you choose System Summary, a window appears with
a collection of system specific information such as: processor
type and speed, amount of memory and number and capacity
of disk drives
Items on this list are not editable. Changes you make in other
menus may be reflected on this summary menu. You may find
system summary useful for checking current settings.
These keys are available only when
you are in an editable menu where
values can be typed (numbers only).
9 key can be used to restore the
current item to the setting in effect
when the current SETUP session was
Date and time settings cannot be
restored in this way.
10 key can be used to restore
the current item to the default setting
stored in the BIOS.
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