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Short Answer. You Can't remove that from the CMOS. You maybe able to disable the built in wireless from the CMOS but you will have to enter the CMOS configuration and follow the screen prompts to disable it. Unless you can re-write teh CMOS code you aren't going to take it out. To enter CMOS setup try pressing one of the following right after you start teh computer: F3, Del, Ins, Esc.

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