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How to Restore Original BIOS Setting

How to Restore Original BIOS Setting

Have you recently changed the components of your computer so that you need to adjust BIOS settings? Can not access your computer because there is a password for BIOS settings? If this is the case, you will need to reset the BIOS settings to the default mode. Depending on the page you are trying to access, you will need to reset BIOS settings through the BIOS menu itself, reset the connector on the motherboard, or remove and reinstall the CMOS battery CMOS, which supplies the BIOS memory with electricity. Have you recently changed the components of your computer and need to adjust BIOS settings? Can not access your computer because there is a password for BIOS settings? If this is the case, you will need to reset the BIOS settings to the default mode. Depending on the page you are trying to access, you will need to reset BIOS settings through the BIOS menu itself, reset the connector on the motherboard, or remove and reinstall the CMOS battery CMOS, which supplies the BIOS memory with electricity.

1. Access the BIOS Setup page, turn on your computer, click the Del (Delete) button on the keyboard to access BIOS settings, and if you use non-integrated systems provided by major manufacturers, we may use function keys such as F1, F2 or F10.

  • If you are using Windows 8 and a UEFI motherboard, you may need to access the traditional BIOS screen instead. You will need to use the Advanced Operating Settings menu, and you can see Step 4 of this guide for more information.
  • If you can not access the BIOS because there is a password or the system crashes, use one of the following methods in this section.

BIOS Setting

2. Look for the factory reset option, and the location and wording of this option varies depending on the type of BIOS, often found under "default settings," "factory settings," "default installation settings," or the like. You can find it under a tab or it can fall next to navigation buttons.
Press this button to restore factory settings.
If you can not find this option, use one of the following methods in this section.

Original BIOS Setting

3. Save your changes and make selections if necessary when you log out of BIOS settings, and your computer will automatically restart. If you need to change the BIOS settings once the BIOS is reset, you may need to restart the computer and access the BIOS settings to change it.

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