Explains how to upgrade and repair processors, memory, connections, drives, multimedia cards, and peripherals.Consult the instruction manual for the BIOS or contact the manufacturer of your system to determine whether there is a ... Ask also whether there is a reset button on the motherboard or a jumper that can be changed to reset all of the entries in the CMOS. One last step is to find out whether the battery that keeps the CMOS memory alive can be disconnected or removed to ... Once the operating system is running, use the standard method to shut down the computer from within Windows.
|Title||:||Fix Your Own PC|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2007-06-12|