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hi, I got the c22l intel tablet running windows 8 without a keyboard. I wanted to upgrade it manually to windows 8.1, so i used a usb keyboard to access bios settings and I disabled uefi. After reboot, i got a bootmenu which didn't booted in my usb installation. I messed up then with the bios, and after rebooting i couldn't even use the keyboard anymore. I am stuck now at the bootmenu. Please can anyone help
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PHONE: HTC One M7
ANDROID VERSION: 4.4.2
KERNEL VERSION: ElementalX-13.0
BASEBAND VERSION: 4A.23.3263.28_10.38r.1157.04D
BUILD NUMBER: Android Revolution HD 51.0
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hi, I got the c22l intel tablet running windows 8 without a keyboard. I wanted to upgrade it manually to windows 8.1, so i used a usb keyboard to access bios settings and I disabled uefi. After reboot, i got a bootmenu which didn't booted in my usb installation. I messed up then with the bios, and after rebooting i couldn't even use the keyboard anymore. I am stuck now at the bootmenu. Please can anyone help
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There should be an option to get into the boot menu in tablet mode. On my Lynx you have to press both the volume up and down buttons as well as the power button, all at the same time. Try that.
 
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There should be an option to get into the boot menu in tablet mode. On my Lynx you have to press both the volume up and down buttons as well as the power button, all at the same time. Try that.
Thanks for the suggestion, but the only solution was to reset the bios, which I did
PHONE: HTC One M7
ANDROID VERSION: 4.4.2
KERNEL VERSION: ElementalX-13.0
BASEBAND VERSION: 4A.23.3263.28_10.38r.1157.04D
BUILD NUMBER: Android Revolution HD 51.0
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