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Use bluetooth keyboard to access/edit BIOS?

One of my friend wanted to format her computer, but she can't boot from a CD as the hard disk has higher priority in the BIOS. The BIOS can't be accessed as she has a wireless keyboard which is only detected after the OS boots up.

Is there someway we can modify that setting from within Windows so as to boot from CD/USB?

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marked as duplicate by studiohack Jul 13 '12 at 1:20

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Plug in a physical PS/2 keyboard, and enable USB keyboard support in the BIOS. You should then be able to use the wireless keyboard to enter the BIOS later.

If the machine is a real antique, it may not have this option. In that case you'll just have to make the settings changes with the PS/2 keyboard attached.

If it's a Bluetooth keyboard, you're out of luck.

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