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Steve Rindsberg
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It gets me into the same BIOS settings that the usual "Restart, Click your heels, repeat There's No Place Like Home" does. But it's a helluva lot easier to use, so thanks!

I also noticed an option to disable Fast Startup, so I tried that also. Fast Startup claims to start the PC with a minimal set of device intializations, so it seemed worth knocking out, given that devices didn't seem to be getting suitable initialized.

   
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