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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The computer should show you a key to hit to enter the setup. Nomally the keys may be F2, F10, DEL, or some other key.
If your computer does not even give you any display, then you can't enter setup--it's failing the POST which means it won't work at all.
In a laptop, you could take it apart far enough to find the CMOS battery and disconnect it to reset the CMOS, but I'm thinking you might have a hardware problem here--like maybe a motherboard.
One thing you can do is unplug it, remove the battery, then reinstall the battery, plug it in and try again. In a laptop, anything further will require dissembling the case.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
SOURCE: I've put an bios password
tHE ONLY THING i CAN TELL YOU IS TO , 1ST - REMEMBER THE PASSCODE IS CASE SENITIVE , SO TRY IY IN LOWER AND UPER CAPS ,
2ND TRY A BOOTABLE DISK AND SEE IF IT WORKS ? OTHER THEN THAT , YOU MIGHT HAVE TO SEND IT AWAY TO THE FACTORY...........GOODLUCK .......ROY
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
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