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BIOS set up

On booting, I receive a message that my system has been tampered with

I have read that I can reset this "System Intrusion Detected" message within BIOS, but I have no idea how to get into BIOS or how to change things (safely) once I am there

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What system are you using or what is the brand of your pc? On most common system BIOS pressing delete or F2 key during boot will get you to the BIOS setting.

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http://phubner.eng.ua.edu/Files/Optiplex%20GX620/advfeat0.htm#wp1124663

Security Chassis Intrusion Detection note.gif NOTE: When the administrator password is enabled, you must know the administrator password before you can reset the Chassis Intrusion setting. This feature, if installed and enabled, detects that the chassis was opened and alerts the user. To change the Chassis Intrusion setting:
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