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Acorp 7KTA how do i access BIOS?

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I own this mobo, and I'm unable to access its BIOS, i tried everything on the book, any ideas?
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    If it has PS/2 ports for the keyboard and mouse, plug a PS/2 keyboard in and try again.  If "Enable Legacy USB Devices" is turned off in the BIOS, the BIOS may not detect a USB keyboard (Windows will, but the BIOS will ignore the keyboard).
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Kingston SV300S3 WesternDigital WD10EZEX Samsung HD154UI Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 
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solved, it was the stupil DEL key, but the graphics of the POST screen were messing up with my key pressess, i connected a bunch of things to make the AMI POST scrn to last longer and i was able to hit the key at the right time. thanks
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