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@johnskinner ,
 
Just wondering if a power refresh would reset the BIOS back to default values? You can only try.
 
Disconnect charger if connected.
 
Disconnect main battery
 
[guide|36745|Remove or disconnect cmos battery] (you don't state the model number but this may help) If it is a coin cell battery, rather than a battery with a cable connection, remember the orientation of the battery for when you need to reinstall it, usually it is +ve on top.
[guide|36745|Remove or disconnect cmos battery] (you don't state the model number but this may help) If it is a coin cell battery, rather than a battery with a cable connection, remember the orientation of the battery for when you need to reinstall it, usually it is +ve on top.
 
Press and hold the laptop power button for 20 seconds then release.
 
Re-install (reconnect) the cmos battery,
 
Reconnect the main battery.
 
Connect and switch on the charger and then turn on the laptop and attempt to enter BIOS by pressing F2.

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

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@johnskinner ,
 
Just wondering if a power refresh would setreset the BIOS back to default values? You can only try.
Just wondering if a power refresh would setreset the BIOS back to default values? You can only try.
 
Disconnect charger if connected.
 
Disconnect main battery
 
[guide|36745|Remove or disconnect cmos battery] (you don't state the model number but this may help)
 
Press and hold the laptop power button for 20 seconds then release.
 
Re-install (reconnect) the cmos battery,
 
Reconnect the main battery.
 
Connect and switch on the charger and then turn on the laptop and attempt to enter BIOS by pressing F2.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: jayeff ,

Metin:

@johnskinner ,

Just wondering if a power refresh would set the BIOS back to default values? You can only try.

Disconnect charger if connected.

Disconnect main battery

[guide|36745|Remove or disconnect cmos battery] (you don't state the model number but this may help)

Press and hold the laptop power button for 20 seconds then release.

Re-install (reconnect) the cmos battery,

Reconnect the main battery.

Connect and switch on the charger and then turn on the laptop and attempt to enter BIOS by pressing F2.

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open