Question about Intel Motherboard
Most motherboards have a set of pins near the BIOS battery which may be labelled CMOS. If there are three pins with a jumper on two of them, then remove the jumper and put it onto the other two pins. Leave this way for a few minutes and then return to the original position. This will usually reset the BIOS.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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