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Depends on what you mean by "get this to work". That drive support OPAL 2.0, which allows various software managed encryption schemes to use hardware accelerated encryption. It also allows for pre-boot authentication (PBA) for encryption, such as BIOS/EFI schemes. If you want to use PBA (ie a password/pin at the BIOS/EFI) then you'll have to switch to a ...


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Plain and simple: No. The BIOS must support it. If it doesn't you are out of luck.


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The most likely reason to get this error is that windows has a problem finding the disk it is trying to install itself on. This can have several causes, but you posted that you already had win7 installed. That probably means a system which is not decades old, which has SATA and which is probably set to AHCI mode. If this is the case then you can not ...


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This is a bios setting not an OS setting. You should be able to disable it through the bios, but it depends on the bios if you can replace the image. I imagine that some bios' are that configurable but not most.


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No you cannot change BIOS settings without a functional video adapter. However you can try following: Check if your motherboard has on board video output. For access to BIOS, you can use the cheapest video adapter you can find that fits in the slot on motherboard. You donot need a powerful 3D accelerated video adapter for gaming.


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In some server and other "very serious" motherboards you can access BIOS via terminal connected to COM port, but I guess most of consumer motherboards have no such feature. There is also Intel System Management, but I think this is available for servers. It is designed to manage computers remotely and you can change BIOS options with this. Image source: ...


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Try to do it. Lenovo (formerly IBM) ThinkPad, IdeaPad, 3000 Series, ThinkCentre, ThinkStation Press F1 or F2 after powering on the computer. Older Lenovo products allow access to BIOS using Ctrl+Alt+F3, Ctrl+Alt+Ins, or Fn+F1. Source: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheproblem/a/biosaccess_pc.htm


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Take a look at this site: there are mostly the keys F1, F2, Ctrl+Alt+F11* or " Access IBM " And yes, it is safe to try all of them out :)


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@Ramhound was right, after going through very basic troubleshooting with ASRock, they RMA'd it. I got the replacement in last week and it's been running for a few days now without any issue.


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Actually that was trivial, simply run it under wine: $ wine MS-A10.exe The output will be found in .wine directory: $ find $HOME/.wine | grep MS-A10 /home/mathieu/.wine/drive_c/users/mathieu/Temp/MS-A10 /home/mathieu/.wine/drive_c/users/mathieu/Temp/MS-A10/AFUWIN.EXE /home/mathieu/.wine/drive_c/users/mathieu/Temp/MS-A10/AMIFLDRV.VXD ...


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The program will not actually run in DOS (which explains your memory allocation error). I've not tried this but theoretically you should be able to run this EXE from a Windows PE environment like the Win7 PE or BART's PE if you can get access to the files needed to build it or find a ready made ISO on the net. So far so good, but you will notice that the ...


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It is generally referred to as a “BIOS Logo” or a “BIOS Boot Logo”. A simple Google search shows tons of examples of how to change and adjust the logo as well as examples of BIOS boot logos from many different system.s


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In BIOS-> security, your USB interface could be set to "lock".



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