Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:28
Depending on your settings, fast boot doesn't always load ps2/usb drivers, so you may not be able to get into the BIOS. On some motherboards fast boot will be disabled for one boot after losing power. You can try a shutdown and then either unplug or turn off your power supply for a few seconds. When you plug it back in and hit the power button, start hitting DEL (or whatever you have to hit to get into your BIOS - sometimes F10, etc.) Good luck. If that doesn't work, you'll probably have to reset CMOS to turn fast boot off.
edit:never mind. I see you got it .