Question about Fujitsu Siemens AMILO Pro V2000 Notebook
The pins you are looking for are usually the same ones they are jumper pins JP1 and JP2 the pins usually have a caption near it CLS CMOS . BUT this is a bios issue , the information will most likely not be reset by doing a CMOS reset i know for this issue with the IBM thinkpads you have to have the chipset replaced , and im sure it will probably be the same for a F-S. you can try the other approach but im not sure what will result from it
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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