Installing Win7 on Toshiba all in a LX830

I talk to consider Windows 8 for the stands.
I have a copy of 7 Ultimate and a key.

I understand that I must first to install 7 insert the drive in the D/P and press F2 to power. BUT I suspect that the distance K/B is not live until the operating system is loaded, then how do I respect part 1 of the instructions.

I guess that the keyboard works to turn on/off the computer.
Its no matter if the operating system has been loaded or not.

Otherwise, you can also connect an external USB keyboard to the computer.

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