Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
You need to clear the c-mos on the motherboard. There is a jumper that needs to be taken off the first two pins out of the three, and moved to the last two of the three pins for 5-10 seconds to be sure. However each motherboard will have different placement on where it is. I would find the manual for that motherboard in this case. Usually the jumper is located near the 3v lithium battery. You may take the battery out for few seconds as well, but that may or may not work on all motherboards. WARRING this will reset all your BIOS settings once you clear the c-mos. I do recommend you refer to the motherboard manual.
Posted on Jan 07, 2014
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