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Use arrow keys to select an entry in the menu, and kbd:[Enter] to confirm your selection. The first two entries in the list will both proceed with the installation; the first one will start the installer directly, and the second one will verify the integrity of the boot media before starting the installation.
The final entry in the list is `Troubleshooting`pass:attributes[{blank}]; this is a submenu. Selecting this entry and pressing kbd:[Enter] will display a new set of selections, where you can choose to install in basic graphics mode (useful if you want to do a manual graphical installation but your system has issues with the default graphical installer), rescue an existing system, or test your system's memory modules for errors (on BIOS systems only). The troubleshooting menu also allows you to exit the boot menu and boot normally from your system's hard drive via the `Boot from local drive` option.
Every menu entry in the list is a predefined set of boot options, and these options can be customized to change some aspects of the installer's behavior. To edit the default set of boot options, press kbd:[Tab] on BIOS systems, or kbd:[e] on UEFI systems. The key to use is also displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Editing boot options in [application]*GRUB2* (on UEFI systems) will display the entire configuration for the selected entry. Actual boot options are configured on the line which starts with the `linux` (or `linux16` or `linuxefi`) keyword. Do not modify any other lines in the configuration.
On systems with BIOS firmware, only the actual boot options are displayed when you press kbd:[Tab].
When editing the default set of options, you can change the existing ones as well as append additional ones. Once you finish, press kbd:[Enter] on BIOS or kbd:[Ctrl + X] on UEFI to boot the installer using your customized options.
Editing boot options on a system with BIOS firmware
The boot menu.
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All available [application]*Anaconda* boot options are described in xref:advanced/Boot_Options.adoc#sect-boot-options-available[Available Boot Options].