How to access the Prema BIOS? (urgent)

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  1. drummerdimitri

    drummerdimitri Notebook Enthusiast

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    Just received my new beast EVOC P870TM1 laptop and need to get into the BIOS to set the 970 pro as my main boot disk but I've tried all the probable keys and non of them work.

    This have the Prema BIOS and on boot there is no (press XX to enter BIOS for example and couldn't find it anywhere in the owner's manual.

    Can anyone help me out with this please?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Arrrrbol

    Arrrrbol Notebook Evangelist

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    Its usually F2 on Clevos i think, just try spamming it when you first power it on. If that doesn't work though you might have to go into Windows settings (if you are using W10). I'm not familiar with it so you might have to ask someone else about that
     
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    Nothing seems to be working! WTF is it so hard to get into the BIOS?
     
  4. senso

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    Do you already have Windows installed?

    If so, Shift+Reboot, Throubleshooting, Advanced, Reboot into UEFI Firmware, then on BIOS, disable fast boot.
     
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    Why don't you contact HIDevolution's Technical Support? I'm sure they can assist you. You have lifetime tech support from them so use it.

    On the other hand, it's spamming the F2 Key continuously as soon as you reboot that would get you into the BIOS, there is no way this won't work unless you are pressing something else.

     
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    Nothing seems to be working! WTF is it so hard to get into the BIOS?
    I would except yesterday was a Sunday and they were closed!

    Just kept holding the F2 button as i turned the laptop on and it worked thanks!

    Just pressing the F2 button by itself wouldn't let me into BIOS.
     
  7. senso

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    Thats because fastboot is turned on, and pressing F2 is too slow to be registered, when you are pressing F2 you are already in the Windows bootloader..
     
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