Change the Function Key Timeout (Windows 95/98/Me)
Windows normally enables the function keys during the boot sequence for 2 seconds, these keys allow you to control the boot process. The duration can be changed using this tweak.
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Change the attributes for MSDOS.SYS so it is not 'Read Only', MSDOS.SYS is found in the root directory of your C:\ drive. Open the file using Notepad or another text editor (not Microsoft Word or any word processor).
Change the value of 'BootDelay=' to a value representing the number of seconds to make the keys available. e.g. To enable the keys for 5 seconds change the value to 'BootDelay=5'
Changes will take place on the next reboot.
- Disable Function Keys During the Boot Sequence (Windows 95/98/Me)
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Last modified: May 12, 2002
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