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To reset CMOS, you will have to remove the button-cell battery from the motherboard (NOT the laptop battery). Depending on the make and model of your laptop, you may have to remove a few panels and system components in order to access the battery. Your laptop's manufacturer may provide instructions on how to access the motherboard battery on their support site.
To change a CMOS feature, you will have to enter BIOS. The support site for your laptop's model should specify how to do this (you will be required to press either the ESC key or a function key at startup).
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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