How to Enter BIOS on an Asus Motherboard

by ContributorUpdated February 10, 2017
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ASUSTeK corporation manufactures computer motherboards for both Intel and AMD platforms. The motherboard firmware referred as Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) initiates all hardware components and permits the adjustment of various system and hardware settings. ASUS BIOS offers many advanced options for computer building enthusiasts, allowing safe and reliable overclocking hardware components.

In Windows 7/Vista: Click on the small triangle in the bottom line of the “Start” menu and select "Restart" to reboot computer. in Linux (RedHat, Ubuntu): Click GNOME Menu "System" Then choose "Shut Down" and click "Restart."

Wait typically up to 30 seconds until the first text lines or the ASUS logo appear on the monitor screen.

Press "Del" once on the keyboard to enter the BIOS setup. It may take 5 to 10 seconds before the BIOS menu will appear.


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