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A cleared bios

I have accidentally cleared my BIOS I do want a way to restore it back, becos the PC is no more responding.

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  • JACOSPA Mar 23, 2008

    my machine is fujitsu siemens lifebook e series

    product No. FPC07090B

    SERIAL No. YBFP07006



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  • 3,587 Answers'll need to install if from a floppy or cd, from a download..check the maker of your computer, and find what bios they use. then download that to a cd, insert it into the computer that's not working, and then follow those instructions.

Posted on Mar 23, 2008

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Mar 23, 2008 that you have that, go to this site, and get the bios from them..on a cd on the system you are using to communicate with me..and change the rating according to the 'finish' of this conversation, please



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