Computer reboot during a BIOS reset

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When I want to reset or up date my computer BIOS it should be reboot. What can I do?

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Answered By 20 points N/A #96389

Computer reboot during a BIOS reset


The genuine BIOS can be reason of damage for this sort of difficulty. One way to resolve this difficulty you must substitute or rearrange the BIOS. Sorry to say this can damage your computers Flash BIOS reason your computer to no longer boot appropriately. It may be achievable to restore the default BIOS setting with a number of computer motherboard.

To observe if this is achievable by using a jumper on the motherboard this refers to computer manufacturer or motherboard manufacturer manual. Regularly Jumper will be labeled as rearrange BIOS. Check does your motherboard have a jumper? If not then contact with the motherboard manufacturer or computer manufacturer for more suggestion or a substitute BIOS chip.

Answered By 75 points N/A #96391

Computer reboot during a BIOS reset


Hello Ripon,

To update the BIOS settings you will need to access the BIOS. You will need to use the following simple procedure:

  • Restart the computer.
  • When it is in the boot process, press F8 to enter in to the BIOS mode.
  • In the BIOS window, move to date and then change the time settings.
  • Do the same for the time.
  • NOTE that you will have to use that keyboard to navigate since the BIOS is in commandline mode.
  • Save the settings and then restart the computer for the settings to take effect.

This will surely help.


Lee Hung

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