Question about Computers & Internet
You can't bypass the bios setting,if you mean reset the bios, there may be a jumper to clear the cmos (bios) just change the jumper to clear, then put it back in its original place ,or take the battery out of the motherboard (very) gently for about 10 minutes then replace it ,then turn on the pc
good luck, let me know how it goes
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Click the "Start" button found at the bottom left hand side of your desktop. Select "Turn Off Computer" in the "Start" menu options.
Click "Restart" in the "Turn Off Computer" dialog box to reboot your computer.
Watch your computer's reboot display closely. Press "F2" when you see the system keys display at the bottom of the screen, just before the Windows splash screen appears, to access the BIOS panel.
Make any needed changes in the BIOS and hit the "F10" key to save your changes and exit the BIOS. Your computer will complete the startup process and launch Windows.
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