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The BIOS is used to manage simple devices (system BIOS), the BIOS is used to start the computer (startup BIOS), and the BIOS is used to change settings on the motherboard (CMOS setup).



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To manage simple devices (system BIOS) To start the computer (startup BIOS) To change settings on the motherboard (CMOS setup)


The BIOS of a Toshiba P100-160 notebook can be reset used using a system BIOS flash utility which can be obtained from Toshiba service centers. It can also be done by shorting the terminals of the computer's CMOS battery.


The CMOS contains user-defined settings for the BIOS. The Bios is a program that contains hardware instructions on how to start the computer.


bios is PC not windows, bios can be loaded when you first start the pc, it normally has a hotkey like f8 f10 or f11


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All computers have to start from from something. If it makes more sense to call that something a Basic Input Output System or BIOS then no problem


BIOS stand for basic output input system, the purpose of the bios is to identify all components of the PC on start up. for more information I posted the bios article in the related links box below.


Answer the following question: Are you using the correct type of digital pen? Try rebooting the notebook. Check Device Manager for errors. Try updating device drivers and flashing BIOS.


it uses bios first to boot when you start up you see dependind on the computer a bios screen witch is on the mother board you can update you bios, but make sure because its a risky move if its not nessesary dont update bios unless its needed back up your computer before you do this


Are you talking about BIOS? (Basic Input Output System) BIOS is the first thing a PC uses to start up and then to load the operating system, and every system comes with BIOS. hope that helps.


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The BIOS is a chip on your computer's motherboard that gives it instructions on how to start up and how to operate. It stands for Basic Input/Output System.


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BIOS stands for Basic Input-Output System, and is the code used to start a computer before whichever Operating System is installed kicks in.



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The BIOS is located into the CMOS chip on the motherboard. It can only be accsed through the BIOS setting when you start up and device drivers are located in the root drive in the windows folder


typical MOST BIOS start ups contain Advance BIOS Features Advance Chipset Features Integrated Peripherals Power Management Setup then under them are more options etc


Clearing the BIOS password The BIOS password protects the BIOS from undesired changes. If password checking is enabled, and you need to disable it, use the following steps: # Turn off the PC and unplug the power cord. # Remove the JPWD1 jumper cap. # To enter BIOS setup, start the PC and press the F1 key as the PC boots. # Clear or reset the BIOS password. # Save the BIOS settings and turn off the PC. # Replace the JPWD1 jumper cap www.fomek.com



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