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My Asus Z96F cmos don´t recognize my keyboard. I want to reset my cmos but I don´t know how.

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  • Howard Lester May 11, 2010

    Are you saying that it does't see your built in keyboard? Or are you trying to use an external keyboard with your laptop?.

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Just remove the cmos battery leave for a minute and put it back. cheers.

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