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changes in cmos/bios

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by liwarren, Oct 16, 2003.

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  1. liwarren

    liwarren Thread Starter

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    Okay. We have screwed up ROYALLY! I had changed our hard drive months ago. Things have been working okay, however, today we tried to do something and made changes in the cmos/bios during setup. When my computer comes on now, it says conflict I & 0 ports. We are running windows 98. Any ideas? I have to pres the F1 key to continue, as the computer will not continue to start.
     
  2. EvileYe

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    Go back into your Bios and load the default settings. Save & Exit.

    Or better still do you remember what changes you made ? Just change it back.
     
  3. flavallee

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    Revert back to the default settings, as you were advised. After you do that, write down all the default settings so you have them to refer to.

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
     
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