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  • Peter Timbol May 11, 2010

    What type of "reset" do you want to do?

  • Salehe Kungule
    Salehe Kungule May 11, 2010

    what kind of acomputer are you using? do you want reseting BIOS settings?



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Ente in BIOS setup and choose the option load default values.
to enter in Bios press DEL , F1 or F2 Depends on the Bios
the POST screen will show u the key for entering in bios .
other method is u open the case of ur PC cabinet and put the Cmos jumper in Clear mode for few seconds aand put again in its origional state.

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