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Re: mouse gets hang
First you reset the BOIS from within it or remove CMOS battery from Motherboard.
RAM may be faulty
Mouse is not faulty
HDD maybe checked or disconnect all the connection and check one afte another for testing
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Hello Friends, If you are ask mother board power option. There are two power option every mother board, one option is SMPS power and sec option is Power Jumper. SMPS two power socket indicate 24 Pin and 4 pin also same option 24 pin and 4 pin socket available in mother board. Second option is 9 pin jumper socket hear connect to HDD power, reset power, cabinet power, power LED, and +5v DC. So you open PC and see all section and solved you problem.
Hi,what type of jumpers do you mean? if you want to clear your bios you can use jumpers calls "CLR-MOS" or "CL-ms" or "cms_clr" that it means CLEAR CMOS or CLEAR MOS (stands for mosfet transistors built in mother board eeprom" you can clear it this way: shutdown the pc or laptop find the jumper pull the backup battery up use a screw driver or an iron pin to short the jumpers together(if you dont find the jumpers after pulling up the battery short the battery+- together) wait 10 sec and then pull in the battery after that you have to go to your bios setting and set some data if you dont you may see errors like this in your screen before windows start up: "DMI POOL DATA CHANGED" PRESS F1 TO continue" or something like that; and if you dont know the bios setting ask from experts to do it for you because this setting is too dangerous and may harm your hardware,if you dont know dont touch it, and one more thing: if you mean another jumpers?dont touch it because some mother boards use jumpers for their settings or you may harm your hardware kind regards
If you remove the CMOS battery for about 10 sec with the pc unplugged, should clear it, OR
Usually close to the battery (looks like a watch battery), there is a Jumper, with 3 pins labled CMOS Reset, move the jumper to the pins they are not on now and power the PC on and back off, then replace the jumper to the default pins. That will reset Password.
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Yes you can reset it, just make sure you unplug the computer before doing it...
Open the left sidepanel and either look for the clear cmos jumper and switch it to the other pin for 10 secs, or you can remove the cmos battery for 10 secs
Just passing by, and i saw your concern about your pc.
sounds like you might have a posible glitch on *********** board.
the message "start set up 12" means the mother board supporting soft ware may be encountering issue.
a simple reset on what we call BIOS might solve this.
Locate the mother board manual and look for the BIOS reset jumper, in some cases just carefully remove the battery then leave it for 2 or 5 min to tottaly reset the bios. its alittle risky cause you might break the battery holder, so go with the jumper setting. and dont forget to place it back to its original position.
just the jumper position on the mother board pin 1 and pin 2 will be occupied just unplug the power cord and remove the jumper and put the in 2 and 3 then wait for 5 sec then put the jumper to original position and power the laptop