Updating bios and raid
Generally, there is no mouse capability in the BIOS.
Most all interaction uses the up/down arrows, the page up/down buttons and the ENTER key.
The Super BIOS protect protects the computer's BIOS information from malicious software that tries to destroy the BIOS data.
If the BIOS information is completely destroyed, the computer can not be booted and, if the BIOS IC isn't replaceable (installed in a socket vs soldered in place), the motherboard has to be replaced.
Some older drives don't have the capability to communicate that information to the BIOS and the parameters have to be set manually.
Thankfully, most of the older drives have been taken out of service.
The BIOS is stored on a small IC that has a small amount of flash memory.The BIOS section of the manual will tell you what you need to know about the BIOS settings.If you're unsure, you can almost always find help on one of the computer forums like the Major Geeks forum.If you hit the ENTER key, you get the screen below.This is the screen where you set the system clock and set several of the drive parameters.