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I need to disable com 2 in the bios

I need to diablet the com 2 port as i need the interupt for something else

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  • ral_sales Jan 30, 2009

    I have looked at everything in the bios and could not find anything to disable the com2 port

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TO ENT THE CMOS IS FIRST TURN ON THE MACHINE CTRL-ALT-ESC FOR OLDER MACHINE, NEW SYSTEMS ASK YOU WHEN U TURN ON THE MACHINE IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE THE CONFIGURATION OR DO YOU WANT TO GO INTO THE BOIS IT IS GOING TO BE "F" PLUS A NUMBER LIKE F2 OR F10 OR F12,
SAVE EVERYTHING YOU CHANGE IN BOIS SETTING IT IS F10 AND YES TO EVERYTHING AND REBOOT

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