Just bought a PowerSpec G443 and am really liking it so far. However, I've been unable to access the BIOS when booting. I've tried pressing delete button repeated on restart. Systems seems to freeze (on, LED lights on, no advancement to anything including windows 11 or the BIOS menu, screens are blank).
I have two displays connected to the NVIDIA 4070-- one via HDMI and the other via DisplayPort (using an HDMI to DisplayPort active adapter).
I have Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. However, I connected the included USB keyboard for this.
I've also tried alternating between F8 and F11 per the restore instructions included (but no USB drive installed). All I ever get is blank screens and no advancement.
(I can power down and turn on to successfully load into Windows).
Well, I was able to figure it out. The answer is to disconnect the display connected to the displayport via the active adapter and ONLY have the HDMI connected. When doing this , it works as expected and the DEL button takes you to the BIOS screen.
I would like to know if there was a way to get to a BOOT MENU-- where you select how you want to boot. My guess is that isn't supported by this MB / BIOS and it's done by the order configured in the BIOS.
Looks like for that model, it should be pressing F11 on startup for the Boot menu.
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