Note that this question is quite different from mine, as I clearly see the
F2 - Setup in the right corner.
As I really have no idea at all, how to solve this problem, I describe everything in great detail.
I recently bought a secondhand Laptop, a Dell XPS-9333 from ebay with Windows 10 preinstalled working well. I could also visit the BIOS with pressing F2. However, there I noticed that the BIOS version was old (I think it was
A4 or so, while
A8 was the newest).
Therefore, I booted windows up again and installed the BIOS update. As far as I can remember, did Windows boot correctly after the BIOS update.
Then I decided to install OpenBSD 6.2, started partitioning and such things. However, I noticed that installing openBSD without an ethernet connection is a bit clumsy because:
- openBSD did boot correctly from the usb stick.
- I could enter the BIOS to change the boot order.
Therefore I decided to install nixOS on this laptop an install openBSD on a different machine.
However, I could not enter the BIOS anymore. After pressing the powerup key, I start pressing F2 repeatedly like before.
- The Dell Logo starts. (similar to the one above)
- The keyboard background lighting starts.
- However, the display remains black after the Dell Logo has disappeared.
- I cannot enter the BIOS setup menu
- My nixOS USB stick is not used as a start medium.
Now I'm completely lost.
What can I do to fix/debug that?