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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #50 on: 07-August-14, 12:41:40 »

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if you have some issue, open new topic in proper section
describe the issue and also list full detailed system specifications, see >>Posting Guide<<
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #51 on: 12-February-15, 18:49:22 »

Well i have a x320 how do i go about clearing the cmos on that one...any help will be so appreciated...God Bless John
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #52 on: 13-February-15, 06:35:41 »

Well i have a x320 how do i go about clearing the cmos on that one...any help will be so appreciated...God Bless John

this do not apply for notebooks
you no need to clear cmos if you have a notebook
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #53 on: 17-February-15, 00:30:01 »

well maybe this is the better question....when i try and start this laptop up...it does not recognize the hard drive and i was told resetting the bios should fix it....any help will be so appreciated...God Bless John
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #54 on: 17-February-15, 05:12:08 »

well maybe this is the better question....when i try and start this laptop up...it does not recognize the hard drive and i was told resetting the bios should fix it....any help will be so appreciated...God Bless John

open new own topic in notebook section if you need help with your notebook
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #55 on: 14-March-15, 09:32:15 »

In my MSI A88XM-E45 there isn't jumper, it's normal? To clear CMOS I have to remove for 4-5 minutes the battery..
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #56 on: 14-March-15, 09:53:33 »

In my MSI A88XM-E45 there isn't jumper, it's normal? To clear CMOS I have to remove for 4-5 minutes the battery..

there is a jumper near to the battery, called JBAT1
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #57 on: 15-April-15, 15:44:28 »

The instructions are from 2009, are these instructions still applicable w/ the newer motherboards?
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #58 on: 15-April-15, 15:51:16 »

Usually yes. However refer to the actual manual available online on product site, or inside your motherboard box.
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #59 on: 03-June-15, 03:03:08 »

Zefie's 8 step Clear CMOS worked perfectly.  My motherboard is Z77 MPOWER Military Class.  Now Bios switches A/B are working perfectly.
Bravo my friend your a life saver. :worship:
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #60 on: 15-August-15, 13:25:15 »

I followed the procedure to clear the CMOS and for good measure, also replaced the battery. Now I can get to the boot menu by hitting the F11 key, but the computer still doesn't boot. I can also hit the <DEL> key and it says that it is entering setup, but doesn't. Any ideas? This all started with a automatic reboot during the upgrade to Windows 10.
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #61 on: 15-August-15, 17:33:45 »

This thread is not for troubleshooting. Stick to your thread you already opened. >>Please read and comply with the Forum Rules.<<
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #62 on: 23-October-16, 22:22:04 »

after i updated my BIOS my sound doesn't work and my screen looks weird then i tried loading up a game and it said graphics card is outdated none of this occurred " before i did any updates to my BIOS " 
so if i do the first one will my sound be restored and my screen will look fine as it did before?
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Re: How to clear the CMOS
« Reply #63 on: 24-October-16, 02:25:13 »

Please open your own thread.

This thread is not for troubleshooting. 
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