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BIOS system is disabled could it be the batteries

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    Chris Hingee May 11, 2010

    What do you mean by disabled? Can you get into the BIOS configuration? If you can get into the BIOS configuration, can you save the settings?

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Hello there:
If you remove the battery and leave in the power cord and start the machine and it works you may want to check to see if the battery is not charging or if the cord is faulty once you have the battery removed make sure to clean the contact area where the battery sits in ok and then see what happens ok?
best regards michael

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