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Hi. I need to change the jumpers on the mother board type CA64B in order to enter the bios , after losing the administaro's password. Can you help ?

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Remove your motherboard cell (C2032) wait for 5 minute after that power on and you can see that
your bios get factory defult setting

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How to save BIOS and change mother board CR2032 Lithium battery


if you only take 5 to 20 sec you might not lose any bios Cmos settings
im not sure what or why you want to save the settings for

once the Cmos battery has been removed for more than 30 - 60 sec your cmos settings will be restored which means no password and failsafe defaults
you could just restore failsafe or optimised defaults if you lose any Cmos settings
you will need to reset the password and the time and date


Restart your computer
During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup

Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart

hope this helps you

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remove the bios battery for arounf 30 minutes to an hour. if you can locte the bios jumper, just turn the PC on the , unplug the jumper then the pc off, put the jumper back and you are good to go on the next reboot.

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Ibought a computer with a Biostar Ta780G M2+ mother board and an AMd quad core chip I have to enter the bios to celect cd as priority after having to a new hard drive. Unfortunately I do not know the...


You can over ride the password by reseting the CMOS. To do this you need disconnect the computer from the mains and locate the CMOS reset pins (these are 3 small pins that have a plastic jumper over 2 of the pins, you should also see the word CMOS printed on the board around the pins). Once you have located this you need to slide the jumper off pins 1 and 2, then put the jumper on pins 2 and 3, wait around 10 seconds and then replace the jumper to its original position. Plug the computer back in, boot up and voila the password is removed!

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648FX-A motherboard from EliteGroup


Hi,

Turn the computer off and remove the mains power lead. Open the case of the computer and expose the motherboard. Take out the BIOS battery for 10 minutes. The battery looks like this >>>>>
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There also maybe a small plastic jumper next to the BIOS battery if you look close enough it should say CLR_CMOS under it. Move the plastic jumper to the other position and push the on/off button, that will clear the CMOS.

If there isn't don't worry, just leave the BIOS battery out for 10 minutes then put the battery back in. Close the case up and the BIOS password should be cleared.


Regards.

Jul 16, 2010 | EliteGroup 648FX-A Motherboard

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I just asked about removein the startup password wat do mean with the jumper i am new with computers so could u explain a lil more


3ac542afbc4ff40fe47b72448dec8cca.png they look like this and can be any color... Most motherboards can have the BIOS password reset by moving the jumper to the correct pin position. Many motherboards have small print by the jumper to indicate the correct positions. For example you might see some pins on the mother board, with a jumper like the one above, with the words PSWD RST or something similar wrote on the mother board. If the jumper is on pins 1 and 2 move it over to pins 2 and 3, then reboot your computer. Then shut down the computer down and put the jumper back where it was and it should have reset the pass word.

I would advise you to compare my instructions to that of *********** boards manual which you can download form the mother boards manufacturers website.

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I have a pentium 4 mother board when i start it it demands for password to enter the set up and when i press enter it goes to the set up but i cant validate any changes because some features have been...


You probably need to clear the BIOS password. If you can find the correct jumper, you can do it that way. If not, unplug the computer, then carefully remove the battery from the mother board and leave it off for a half hour or so to make sure all capacitors have dissipated. Replace the battery and you should be good to go.

Aug 05, 2009 | IBM (25P3294) Motherboard

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A friend install my mother computer. how to jumper


Set the jumper to recovery or to clear
CMOS Jumper
1-2 - Mostly normal
2-3 - Clear
0-0-0 Recovery no jumper

Its a basic conscept it can change according to your bios manual you follow - Trace the cmos jumper exactly dont short any other jumper

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NO BIOS


to get bios set up you must press DELETE key or F2 to enter set up...
you do this at the time of the booting ....
if your bios is corrupted then you can restore the bios by changing the bios jumper to restoration mode to do this refer to your motherboard manual...

Feb 22, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Need Help


Hi,

You can do a CMOS/BIOS reset which will clear all the configurations including any password(s).

To reset the CMOS/BIOS. you need to open the case of your desktop PC and locate the jumper (JP1) for this purpose on the motherboard. It is located near the AGP Port, below the AMR1 connector. You need to move the jumper from the 2 pins where it is currently located and move it to the opposite pair (center pin will be common of course). After a few seconds place back to original position.

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On reboot, press "Del" key to enter CMOS/BIOS setup, select Standard/BIOS default, Save & Exit, reboot "Del" key again, set to your preferences.

Good luck and kind regards.

Nov 12, 2007 | EliteGroup K7SEM Motherboard

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