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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are correct. There is a 3 volt battery on the motherboard. It may have come loos. This little battery holds all bios setting including the date & time. With the power cord unpluged from the Pc. Remove the side panel exposing the motherboard. Use your manual to help locate the battery. With the help of a flat tip screw driver remove the battery if not already removed & check it's voltage with a volt meter. Replace the battery, it snapes in.
With the side case off double check all power cables & data cables are connected tightly. Restart the Pc & enter the bios. Reset the time & date. As for the power strip & Pc starting. Try this. As soon as you turn on the power strip, switch the power supply's toggle switch to off. Loacated on the back of the power supply. Leave the power strip on. Give the Pc a minute. Now flip the toggle switch on the power supply to on. If the Pc begains to turn on press & hold the Pc's start button till the Pc shuts off.
Now turn off the power strip. Turn it back on. Pc should still be off. This is a reset for the PSU. Post back if you have more questions.
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
SOURCE: Keyboard F1 to F12
F1 - F12 Function Key Usage
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F1 - F12 Function Key Usage
F1:Help. Click F1 Key can load the help file of the program.
F2:Rename. Select a folder or file, click F2 to rename it.
F3:Search. On desktop, click F3 to load the search form.
F4:In Internet Explorer, click F4 will list the URL Address field.
F5:Refresh. Use it to refresh the web page in Internet Explorer.
F6:In Internet Explorer, click F6 will jump to address bar.
F7:It can be used to insert ^C in command prompt.
F8:When windows startup, it can load the startup menu.
F9:In Windows Media Player, it can increase the volumn.
F10:In Windows Media Player, it can decrease the volumn.
F11:In Internet Explorer, click F11 will switch to Full Screen mode.
F12:In MS-Word, it will show out the "Save-As" dialog.
Take this link u will get all the Function Keys description
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
Those functions are not set by the operating system or the keyboard, they are set by individual software programs and could have a different function for each program. Typically F1 is help and F5 is refresh.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Your problem is hardware-related. Either memory or power supply.
Remove the memory and add back one at-a-time and boot to see which one (if any / either) is bad.
If not, the second culprit is the power supply, which would need to be replaced.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
You have jumper at the motherboard, or at some comp. more switch, or you can take batery from motherboard about 1 - 5 min. When you cler cmos, password can´t be a problem.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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