|Check your manual for the key to enter your BIOS set up (maybe F1, F2, Delete, etc) during boot up. Enter BIOS set up and 'Reset Defaults'. If you cannot enter BIOS set up, reset your CMOS by unplugging the power and briefly moving the CMOS jumper and returning it to its storage position or by unplugging and removing the CMOS 'coin' battery and pressing the Start button 2 or 3 times and carefully replacing it the correct way again. Then try to reset defaults again as above.|
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