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Need to reset Asus k7v bios

I have a Asus k7v motherboard with disfunctional mouse/kybd inputs. My son disabled usb support in bios. Is there a way to reset the bios back to factory settings without needing an input device? Thanks

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  • lmscorp Dec 17, 2008

    I really appreciate the assistance you guys provide. I feel like I have some support here!! Removing the battery did not change the contents of the BIOS... the USB's were still disabled. HOWEVER, on page 61 of the manual it's written, "Forgot the Password?" in the BIOS section... it explains about shorting the CLRTC solder pins (not a jumper) on the motherboard to reset the password in the BIOS. It turns out, it resets the whole BIOS!!!!!!!!!!! The USB ports work now. Thanks you guys!!!

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Hi lmscorp, to clear the cmos/bios find the cmos battery which is to the right of the main ATX 20-pin power connector & near right edge of the motherboard. Just above the,
CHA_FAN, (Chassis 3-pin Fan connector).
You can download the manual directly from Asus. Click on this link:
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=K7V&SLanguage=en-us
You'll find the cmos location on page 14. You'll also need Adobe PDF reader to view the manual. Download Adobe from here;
http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
The manual does not show a clear shot of the cmos jumpers. You may need to remove the battery completely for 10 seconds. While the battery is out check its voltage. If it measures under 3volts replace it.

Good lucl lmscorp!
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Yes, if you consult your motherboard manual this will show you the location of the cmos battery and reset jumpers. You can either move the jumpers from pins 1+2 to 2+3 and then back again after a few seconds or remove the cmos battery for a few seconds. Make sure your pc is off!

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