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This is an easy fix and should take about 15 minutes. First, make sure the PC is off. Remove the cover and look for a battery the size of a quarter. Usually it's held in place by a metal tab that sticks up from the battery holder. By pushing it slightly away from the battery, you can pry it out of place. It may take two hands to get it out. Leave the battery out for at least five minutes, then pop it back in. That should reset your BIOS.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2008
It is far easier just to go back to defaults for the bios ,because otherwise you have to reload just about every other setting and sometimes it,s just not possible. to do that restart , press delete key that will get you into the bios and just press default.it will reset itself,this will solve most of your problems ,sometimes not all.but at least it will get you back on the net go to the m/b mfr and load the updates available
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