You will need
- - Phillips screwdriver;
- - tweezers;
- - metal spatula.
To reset the BIOS using the two standard method. The first allows you to perform this procedure without resorting to mechanical stress on the device. Turn on your mobile computer company Asus, and then press F2 (Esc). After the new dialog box, select Start BIOS and press Enter.
Wait for the boot menu of the motherboard. Click the Main tab, if not automatically. Use the arrows on the keyboard select Use Default Settings or Set the BIOS Default. Press the Enter key. Confirm reset settings by pressing Y.
Now click Save & Exit. Again press Enter and then Y. the Mobile computer will restart and run with default settings.
Unfortunately, due to incorrect settings of BIOS, the laptop may turn off automatically a few seconds after launch. In this case, it is necessary to use a mechanical reset. Turn mobile computer upside down. Look for a small hole, next to which there is inscription CMOS. Pass him the rod of a ballpoint pen or similar object. Hold it in this position for 5-10 seconds.
If the manufacturer is not provided technological hole, remove the bottom cover of the laptop. To do this, Unscrew all the necessary screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Carefully disconnect the lower part of the body. Remove a few Slepov from nests so as not to damage thin wires.
Sibabrata locate BIOS battery and remove it from the slot. In some situations, this element of supply can be soldered to the contacts. In this case, you will have to replace the battery. Short pins one and assemble the laptop. Turn on the device and perform a soft reset of the BIOS settings.
How to reset the BIOS settings? There are two ways: to close the appropriate jumper (two or three pins) on the motherboard or pulling the battery which is responsible for the CMOS memory.
First of all, read the documentation for your motherboard, where you can certainly find detailed information about resetting to original (default manufacturer). In the newest versions of the BIOS (AWARD BIOS 4.5 and above) possible variants of zeroing parameters by holding a specific key (often "Ins").