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Need to reset the bios to clear an issue with the laptop restarting itself when shutdown
Even though I suspect that your system restarting
itself is not only caused by a BIOS error, but I will
still tell you how to reset your system BIOS:
If you don't know the system password for your
System, forgotten it, or its not accepting it again,
then you might have to reset your CMOS (BIOS).
Which means you will have to unscrew your system,
remove all cables supplying power to the board,
locate the CMOS battery(a small battery plugged
into a socket there) and remove it for a few
seconds, then replace it and screw your system
This will reset your system's CMOS back to its
Factory default settings.
(If you cant unscrew your PC yourself, you can just get a good technician to do it for you instead.)
Hope it helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Press the "F8" key before the system boots into Windows. This BIOS screen appears.
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