Are you referring to some section of the BIOS configuration scenes or are you talking about the ME BIOS Extension (MEBx, which you enter via CTRL-P)?
Yes, I am talking about the BIOS extension section which is listed on the boot menu screen:
I don't have it open in front of me right now (otherwise I could not be type this) but the order
is something to the effect, don't have to hit any ctrl P because I have the show extended BIOS
turned on in the regular BIOS section:
MEBX - extended BIOS section
Did you look at the PDF file link that I attached. Those parameters are for configuring the
extended BIOS, however it is impossible to configure/change or view those if you can not
get into the extended BIOS, beyond an initial prompt for changing the password, which does
You will need to talk to Dell to find out why these options are not being offered.
Have talked to DELL until I am blue in the face and NO answer.
Intel tell me it is Dell's problem, Dell tells me it is Intel's problem, just going around and around in circles
A typical case of pass the buck !!!
Sorry this is happening. Intel has no control over what Dell does in their BIOS. They are passing the buck but shouldn't be. Unfortunately, it is typical for their support people...