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INVALIDATION OF BIOS VT8235 'S SETUP

After having configured the BIOS D686 of the motherboard U8668R version 7,5 I don't manage to validate. Therefore I cannot install the operating system

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Reset the BIOS to the factory "Safe" defaults.

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