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whenever i boot up i get this prompt, press f1 to continue and then when i do it finishes booting up or theres one that says press del for bios. obviously i never do that unless i need to get into them. how can i make it so it just skips this and automatically boots up completely whenever i restart my pc. rep+ for the answer!
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usually when that comes up you bios didnt not load properly. there are other reasons aswell.
just hit del next time and goto bios and hit f10 save and leave.

usually also if you get the f1 it tells you what wrong. ie not floppy detected, bios did not load.....
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Why would you hit f10 to save and exit if there's something wrong? My money is on a screwed up boot order, check to see if you're actually booting to you HDD for your OS.
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Usually when it says "Hit F1 to continue", it has to do with an error. On my older Intel board it had to do with the CPU fan. I kept the fan at a low rpm and the bios would detect it as too low, and ask me to press F1 to continue. There was an option to avoid doing this in the bios.
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