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Bios switch exactly where is bios switch located in systemax 2004 model and what does it look like?

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  • ANGIECECELIA Nov 18, 2008

    WHERE IS THE CMOS CONNECTOR LOCATED ON THE SYSTEMAX 2004 MODEL? WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE/WIRING HARNESS? DIAGRAM? DO I LEAVE IT UNPLUGGED'OR REATTACH?

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There is no such switch. u have to unplug the cmos connector which looks like a wiring harness

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