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Comuter want start

Hi
I try to connect amous to the usb socket in an old ibm think pad
nd the comuter want start since theni already disasamble the comuter but i can not find the jumper place to zero the can u help me?
to u know any other way to do so?

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  • falkor1 Jun 15, 2008

    hi
    I try to connect amous to the usb socket in an old ibm think pad
    and the comuter want start since then .i already disassamble the comuter but i can not find the jumper place to zero the bios can u help me?
    to u know any other way to do so?

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The bios reset is in the F2 startup mode...no jumpers needed unless you're using pre windows 98

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