Question about Biostar GEFORCE 6100-M9 Motherboard
You will have to reset the BIOS to factory. To do this, you will have to open the case and expose the motherboard. The motherboard will have a set of pins that when touched together, it resets the bios and wipes the password. You will have to locate this set of jumpers and short them.
Look at a map of the board, and look for the reset jumpers here:
If you can not find the reset jumpers, you can just take out the battery on the motherboard. It is silver, round and the size of a quarter. A simple clip holds it in place. remove it and put it back in.
Then put it all back together, and reboot. press the del key or F1 key durring the begining of the boot cycle and you will be able to able to access the BIOS to change the boot sequence.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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