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Resetting BIOS manually.

Hello,

Most of you guys may know this already, Any how some people still as k this question. So if anything goes wrong with the settings of the BIOS and you are unable to change the settings back you will need to reset bios manually. to this the easiest way is to remove the Button cell on the PC`s motherboard and wait for 10-20 seconds and re insert it. Your BIOS will be reset, Also most motherboards have a button or a jumper to reset the bios but you will need to consult the documentation that came with the motherboard to locate it.

Hope this tip helps some pepole out.

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