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Not sure what you need, but if you wish to clear the CMOS, you can remove and reinsert the battery. Also, near the battery, there should be three pins that are labeled something like CMOS RST.
There should be a jumper across two of them. Move the jumper to the other position for about 10 seconds and then back.
The CMOS should be reset.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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