You could always photograph the screen with a digital camera. Outside of that, because the bios comes up before Windows kicks in, I would imagine that would negate any input from Windows. However here are a couple of possible solutions I have found on the Net, I haven't tried either, so no guarantee.
(1) "After seeing the bios window: 1. Press Print Screen 2. Open Word 3. Press Control + V 4. Print"
(2) "Do a power-Up Boot and press F2 (or whatever your BIOS entry is)....Once in the BIOS, press CTRL-PRTSCRN, or just PRTSCRN. This stores the page your looking at in the printer's buffer ...Then, exit the BIOS and your machine should continue to boot...Once your up, print the buffer...(I have an HP Laserjet 2100...When the buffer contains data, it's print light starts to blink....There is big button on the printer (about the size of a quarter)....Depress that button, and it will print the buffer)....If you don't have the same type of printer, check your documentation about how to print the buffer"
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