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To reset the password, shut down the system, restart in bios, press and hold F2 until it loads in the long rectangle box.
The Setup utility will open.
Arrow down to Locked Setup.
Press enter key and popup box will appear.
Type in the box the password you received from Dell
Now you will see: Set Admin Password.
Press enter key, new box will open where you enter your new password.
Press enter, verify password, press enter.
Setup Notice box will appear exclaiming changes have been saved after you save and exit.
Press enter and it will ask Exit Saving Changes.
Please select YES
Computer will restart.
The commands for the Bose link system are actually going through the remote control system. In order to use the system you need not only a set of AL8 sender and receiver, but also a special remote control model RC48S2-40 these model numbers are slightly different for the US and for Europe. In addition you will need to activate the BoseLink connection through the system settings menu and you will need to tell the remote to which system it needs to talk. When you have done all that, there should not be any problem to "connect" the two systems. If this does not work, you may need some specialized help from a Bose specialist who understands this multi room set-up.
The Bose Wave Radio has two brightness levels: Bright Hi (with a range of 8-15, and default of 10) and Bright Lo (1-8, default 4). The radio automatically goes from Hi to Lo when a room is darkened so the display doesn't interfere with sleep.
On recent models you can reset the defaults to make the display brighter or dimmer in both Hi and Lo levels.
1. Press and hold the Alarm Setup (Menu) button on your remote until -setup menu- appears in the display.
2. Then press the Tune/MP3 button until Bright Hi- appears. Use the Time - or Time + buttons to change the settings.
3. Go to Bright Lo- and adjust that setting too if necessary.
4. Press Alarm Setup (Menu) again to exit setup, or simply wait 10 seconds.
You're done! Note that if you set both Hi and Lo to 8, the brightness will stay the same all day and night.
It depends on the Bose system you connected with the amp and the type of Bose remote you are using?Does the indicator LED at the rear of the amplifier stay solid green when you press the ON button on the remote?If not,check that your room code setting on the remote correspond with the micro switches setting at the rear of your amplifier.
If you have the money to plunk down for a Bose Acoustimass home theater speaker system, I'm sure you will be quite pleased. Of course, as you indicated, appropriate placement of the speakers is important. Still, I'm sure you will find that a properly placed Bose Acoustimass speaker system will fill your room with high quality sound, substantially better than Onkyo's stock speakers placed equally well.
I own a Technics home theater system, which I initially purchased to use in my family room. Yet, when I listened to a Bose Lifestyle system (powered by Bose Acoustimass speakers), I could have nothing less. The Bose system went in the family room, where everyone could enjoy it. I put the Technics system in the bedroom, where it is rarely used.
I finally got mine fixed yesterday. The room code has to be set to 1. The VIP 612 has to be on. A phone call to Bose provided me with about 4 more codes that were not included in the setup manual, and one of them worked. Good luck with the set up, hope this helped.
When I worked for Philips, I solved one of these. First, try unplugging the unit from the wall outlet for one full minute and see if that alone will reset the unit/restore it to defaults. If not, make sure you have a yellow video connector running from the Bose to your TV rather than another type of video cable - change the tv to the appropriate source channel - now see if the menu will appear. If not, you will have to fly blind (don't mess up): Press the System button, then the right arrow by the Enter key twice, then the down arrow by the Enter key five times, then press Enter. Defaults (including NTSC) will now be restored.