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If you set a BIOS password and forgot it clearing the CMOS should clear all BIOS Settings to default.
if you don't know how to clear the CMOS, you will need to reset the jumper. To do this, you would have to open up the computer case, locate the CMOS battery and there should be a jumper right next to it. Take it off, gently so you don't bend the pins, and then wait for like 15 seconds then 'park' the jumper (put it back on)
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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