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How do i take get a printout of my System BIOS

If it matters I'm using:

E-Machines 5250
Windows XP Home Edition
Intel Pentium 4 2.93 GHz
504 RAM

Thanks

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To do this...

In reply to: How do i take get a printout of my System BIOS

It takes the older type PARALLEL PORT connected PRINTER and you tap the PRINT SCREEN key when you see what you want.

Bob

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Poop

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Aw poop, is there no way to do it with a USB? thanks for yopur help

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Sorted it

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I've done it, i filmed it with my camera, thanks for your help though

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What command did you use to...

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view it? I would also like to print a copy of all the current setting within as emergency backup info along with my Belarc Audit copy. Have D. Camera!! Thanks! Happy

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It all depends on your computer

In reply to: What command did you use to...

Different systems use differeent commands to enter the BIOS. The early bootup screen should say something like
Press <xxx> to enter setup,
where xxx may be F2, or DEL, or some other key combo.

When you get into the BIOS, be sure you photograph all the appropriate pages and sub-pages. This may require ten or more photos.

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