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Nas p410m how can we reset the unit to the factory defaults

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Hi im wesley. to reset the unit to default you go into the bios witch is as you turn the computer on it will say press delete or f1 to enter setup then once you in at the bottom of the screen you will see you need to press f5 or another key to load default settings then save and exit and your done.

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