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Saving copy of Bios settings

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Graham7516, Feb 25, 2008.

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  1. Graham7516

    Graham7516 Thread Starter

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    is there any way i can save or print out my BIOS settings, without writting them all by hand, recently the printer port was turned off, had i known the original settings the remedy would have taken minutes instead of hours, thanking you all in anticipation. graham.
     
  2. waggy19

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    Hi Graham,
    I'm not sure if this will remedy your problem but within the BIOS there is an option to load defaults/load optimised defaults. If you use this option it will take the settings back to the way they where when you bought the computer and you will not have to save the settings/write them down.
     
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