Updating your bios
The window is so narrow because the BIOS essentially only initializes your hardware, before handing over to the boot loader, which boots the operating system.
Once the operating system is starting up, often indicated by the display of the respective logo, you missed the moment.
The exact key or key combination depends on your computer manufacturer and model.
You can proceed with trial and error until you find the right key, press multiple different keys at once and get lucky or consult the list below.
Your computer’s BIOS (basic input/output system) is the low-level software that starts when you boot your computer.
The right moment is sometime between powering on the computer and before the operating system is launching.
Entering the BIOS just takes a simple key stroke at the right moment while the system is booting.
To save you the guesswork, we have compiled the different ways you can enter the BIOS.
Since we are receiving inquiries on Trusted Platform Module (TPM), we are offering this assistance on updating the TPM firmware and converting between TPM 1.2 and 2.0.
Simplified schema of a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) by Eusebius (Guillaume Piolle)With the arrival of Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Windows 10 Version 1607) where TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) is mandatory, you may need to convert firmware (FW) on your discrete TPM chip from an older TPM 1.2 to a newer TPM 2.0.