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G60vx cmos location

Where is it????

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  • Andrew Wright Mar 19, 2014

    Hi john szeman, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

    Do you mean it's physical location or how to get into the CMOS?

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    john szeman Mar 19, 2014

    physical location!was told it was under keyboard/not there!!

  • Andrew Wright Mar 19, 2014

    http://elektrotanya.com/asus_m52v_pegatr...

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    john szeman Mar 19, 2014

    does not show location!!!

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