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Yes it is possible to reset it but you will need to open it up with a philips screw driver, be careful not to touch any component in it . Locate a small battery in it "c-mos battery" remove it and put it back after 10 seconds . It will reset you e machine
Open the cabinet after disconnecting all the connections form the power.and look for the C mos battery on the mother board and remove it,and then after few minutes place it again.
You can either use a jumper on the motherboard and look for jumper and set in the normal
position. Although the jumper is small, it should be easy enough to
remove it with just your fingers.
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open the PC and take out the memory chips and the c mos battery which is like a regular watch battery but is bigger in size (both located on the mbd). then put it back in and reboot the PC.
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