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BIOS RESITING MY BIOS ALWAYS RESET EVERTIME I TURN ON MY COMPUTER.EVEN I REPLACE NEW BATTERY IN C-MOS

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Cheak jumpers pins 12 normal mode 2 and 3 pins set them on that cleaers it out for 20 scec then back on 1 and 2 pins for nomrla opertion

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How do i reset the pc to original settings


remove the power from CPU then remove the side covers in the motherboard near the c mos battery you will see a three pin jumper with 2 pin shorted remove them and insert the jumper to the 2 and 3 pin then switch on the computer in some case the computer doesn't work switch off and remove the power and replace the jumper to early position and connect the power and restart the computer this will reset the system to default

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How to chang bios settings password intel Dg43nb board i m loss my bios password


All mother board has a CMOS, complementary metal oxide semiconductor, battery. The main purpose for the CMOS battery is to store the system time, date and bios settings even if the computer is turned off or the main battery dies.
Turn off the computer (laptop) unplug it. Remove the Phillips screws that secure the motherboard cover then release the cover from the clips on the bottom of the plastic casing. Lay the cover aside then locate the CMOS battery cable on the right side of the motherboard. Unplug the cable then remove the battery. After a few minutes plug the CMOS battery into the motherboard... Replace the screws then turn the computer (laptop) back over. The CMOS battery is unplugged for more than a few minutes your BIOS will be reset to the default manufacturer settings. (Password removed) now you can set new password for your bios..

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Got a dell latitude e6400series forgot bios password can i fix this problem ?


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Common procedure in resetting the password is by resetting the motherboard by reseating the CMOS battery. You need to access you motherbard and locate the circular silver metallic object on the motherboard. This is much bigger in size compared to a wristwatch battery. CAREFULLY remove the CMOS battery, avoid touching it with your fingers, and leave it out for about 120 seconds. This will flush the CMOS memory which stores the BIOS password and all other configuration. Put the the battery back in and turn on the computer.

Other procedure is the jumper reset. Some, but not all, motherboard manufacturers provide a set of three jumpers on their motherboards that provide you with the ability to clear the Bios/CMOS settings, thereby allowing them to be reset. For the most part this is used when the Bios/CMOS data becomes scrambled and you need to clear the Bios/CMOS in order to return the computer to a functional state. This same procedure, however, can be used to clear passwords from the Bios/CMOS setup. Typically a jumper will be found across pins #1 and #2 as the default position, and by shutting the computer down, unplugging the power cord and then moving the jumper so that it is across pins #2 and #3 will clear the Bios/CMOS settings.

If procedures above has been done and yet you are getting same results. Its time to call you manufacturer and have the motherboard re-flushed or re-imaged.

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There was no beeep sound heard at the beginning Delay in turn fan power supply the Power LED on the front panel of the computer doesnt light the HDD LED on the front panel of the computer doesn't...


as i always say:
intercept all of cables of your PC case and even power cable of your monitor.
evolve battery of bios then wait for 25 minutes then connect all of cables and try turning on your PC:
1- with battery of bios
2- without battery of bios
it should work.
(this works cause the motherboard reset it's bios and start correctly again).

Jan 13, 2011 | Biostar TF7100P-M7 Motherboard

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Reset bios password in laptop sahara


Password reset would depend on, whether you remember the password or not. If you do remember then go to the bios by tapping f8 at the booting time and select the password option and reset it. And if you don't, take out the c mos battery after opening the laptop from the backside and replace it after few minutes. This will reset your bios password.

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Bios password


Bios password can only be reset by removing the c-mos battery....A c-mos battery is a small battery in motherboard, remove it and then replace it again..dat will reset ur bios password..

Jul 05, 2009 | Dell Latitude ATG D630 Laptop

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BIOS password


Its in the motherboard.... remove the c-mos battery and then place it again...it will reset the bios password..

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Compaq/persario


plz try by resiting the ram and check the powersupply

Jul 23, 2008 | Compaq Presario Notebook

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Can not save to bios


windows and the bios needs to know that the operating system can be shut down through windows, so when you go into the F2 or Del on boot up, go into advanced cmos setings and look for ACPI and make sure it is enabled. This sets the motherboard to support shutdown. Save and exit settings and reboot. Now go to control panel>performance and maintanance>power options and set the correct instruction for shutdown to shut the pc down. Remember evertime you remove the cmos battery or reset with jumpers you have to reset date and time and anything else you have changed to suit your set up

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