Its been two days already and my computer started to have a problem. Each time I boot my unit, it always give me two options either I needed to press F1 and enter the BIOS setup or F2 to load default. I tried to press F2 and I was stuck. The windows couldn't load to its desktop anymore. Then I restarted again the unit and press F1 key and I went to the option wherein I set my videocard to the AGP slot because I am using an AGP Card. And afterwards I saved it, then the windows works and finally I am on the desktop. Though, this problem strike again the next day I opened my unit. How to bypass or remove those options from booting up? Here's my computer's descriptions and contents. Physical Processors: 1 Logical Processors: 1 Processor Vendor: Intel(R) Corporation Processor Name: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 1.70GHz Additional Name: x86 Family 15 Model 1 Stepping 3 Popular Name: Celeron Frequency: 1700 MHz Cache Level I: 8 KB Cache Level II: 128 KB BIOS Vendor: American Megatrends Inc. BIOS Type: AT/AT COMPATIBLE BIOS Version: Version 07.00T Copyright: Version 07.00T Date: 04/06/02 Size: 256 KB Motherboard Vendor: MSI Motherboard Model: MS-6737 Version: 1.0 Ports: 1 System Slots: 7 Installed Memory Modules: 4 Supported Speeds: 70ns,60ns Supported Types: Standard,Fast Page Mode,EDO,Parity,ECC,SIMM Supported Voltage: 3.3V Maximum Slot Size: 128MB Memory Socket #1: ROW-0 Memory Size #1: 512MB Memory Type #1: DIMM,SDRAM Memory Socket #2: ROW-1 Memory Size #2: 512MB Memory Type #2: DIMM,SDRAM Memory Socket #3: ROW-2 Memory Size #3: 0MB Memory Type #3: Unknown Memory Socket #4: ROW-3 Memory Size #4: 0MB Memory Type #4: Unknown Please help me up... here's my email address. All answers will be fully appreciated.. Thank you..