Question about Acer Computers & Internet
You don't need to break it.
What you want to do is clear the CMOS (BIOS settings).
Usually there is a "clear jumper" on the motherboard.
Or what you can trying doing is unplug your computer and temporarily remove the little CMOS button cell battery for a few minutes.
Put it back, plug your computer back in and power it up.
You will need to go to the BIOS screen from there and set things up, and even put a new password if you wish.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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