The problem is: when I start the computer, there is a standby of 90 seconds before booting. A swecond problem is : I do not have access to the menu (F2) . To solve the problem, I shot down the computer, disconnected all extern components like screen, printer, internet connector, external disks and speakers.
I opened the computer, disassemble the battery and waited 4 hours.
I replaced the battery, reconnected all external parts and restarted the computer. The standby time is now 20 second before booting windows
I updated the bios with the following file "S-NMC2_-0200WF-ALLIN-32BIT_.exe". After executed this file, the system respond that the CMOS has been updated with success.
I stopted the PC, waited 20 seconds start the PC. The standby time is again 20 sec before booting. When booting windows, It seems that It is slower than before updating the BIOS
I am using a desktop computer, mother board DH67CL (ATX) SOCKET 1155, processor INTEL CORE i5-2400(3.1 GHz/6MB), RAM model KINGSTON KIT 2 X 4 GO DDR3 1333 MHz, hard disk WESTERN DIGITAL BLUE 750 GB (7200/32/SATA3), DVD LG GH24NS50 24X (SATA)
Before migrate to WIN 10 It was on WIN 7 64 bit. The problem appears while It was on WIN 7 and I didn't observe amelioration on WIN 10
Esperant my english is not so bad
The boot up process on Windows® 7 takes more time than Windows® 10. Now, I recommend you to double check which processes are active while Windows® starts up (boot up).
The latest BIOS files and drivers for Windows® 7, 8 and 8.1 are available in the link below:
Intel® Desktop Board DH67CL