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Satelite a60 shuts down after 3 seconds

Removed cmos battery to clear lost bios password, now when I start it up it shuts down in seconds, was told I need to reset the bios to default settings tried jumping c561 terminals in wifi during these 3 seconds to no avail, Is there any other way to get my default settings during these 3 seconds of start up?

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