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How can i change my bios device priority settings

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I have a samsung r510 laptop. I wantto change my bios settings but some properties are locked. How can I unlock these locked properies,settings ? how can i change my bios device priority settings ?
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Many Bioses have 'locked' sections because there is no supported hardware on the motherboard. One way to 'unlock' is to clear the CMOS memory, by removing the coin cell battery (if that type) and keep it off for about 5 minutes. If a soldered in battery, there usuall is a jumper to clear the CMOS. Once done, the BIOS is at default state, and the time, etc needs to be entered.

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