Okay Gents...this is the whole story and solution. Like I've stated in my comment to the original post, I have an HP ENVY h8-1520t.
Problem: I wanted two things that could only be changed in BIOS. The first was to enable Virtualization for laravel production with vagrant. The second was to have BIOS turn on my machine on Monday morning so that it was ready to go when I got into work. The first step had my priority while the second is more of a convenience thing. Before I installed Windows 10, I was on Windows 8.1 and I could very easily access BIOS by pressing F9 or ESC to access the startup menu. However, as soon as I performed a clean install of Windows 10, I could no longer access BIOS. The POST screen would flash so quickly that it is nearly impossible for a human to press the F-key at the right moment. I tried turning off Hibernation and Fast Boot in hopes that I could have enough time to access BIOS. It did not work. Also since I have legacy BIOS and not UEFI, I was not able to access BIOS with the restore settings found here.
Solution: Last night before I went home from work I tried installing HP's Driver installer found here. The installation process went smooth and there were no errors. As soon as I restarted my computer, My computer just kept beeping at me and wouldn't power on. So in my frustration I left for the day. When I came in this morning I counted the beeps and there were 6, HP told me that the issue is with the 3rd party graphics card. So I removed the card I received no beeps, and alas, I was able to access my BIOS. However, I was no longer able to boot to any disk. BIOS could see my drives but it wouldn't give me the option to boot to disk, only network. Come to find out, HP in their infinite wisdom, decide to only trust certain hardware, including hard drives. Since my hard drive and graphics cards are after market, it didn't like them. So I had to disable secure boot. After I disabled secure boot, and enabled a 5 second POST screen delay, as well as enabling Virtualization everything was back to normal. I could plug in my video card and BAM...everything worked well.
I hope this helps those in need. I was pulling my hair out and didn't get much sleep last night thinking that I had killed my motherboard by flashing the BIOS. Thanks Moab and Jamal for you answers.