I'm having a password issue on a German (X220 Thinkpad) after upgrading the 
BIOS to the latest version (1.4.3-1-24).  

Are there any BIOS options I should be setting that I should make sure to 
switch on or off?  It seems that there are new options, but I'm not 100% sure 
if my memory is just failing me.  

I did use special characters in the password, so that's probably it, and now... 
Does anyone know if there's a way to see the characters I type as I enter them? 
 Or what keyboard dom0 is using at the startup?  I'm new to qubes and 
relatively new to linux, so any help would be great.  

I'm getting "
Set cipher aes, mode xts-plain64, key size 512 bits for device /dev...
Invalid passphrase

Also, any way to enter the dracut shell faster than just waiting or am I doing 
it wrong?  

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