By | 21 Jul 2008
  1. Turn the notebook onto its lid and remove the power plug and battery
  2. Remove the screws of the top left cover and open it. You will find the CPU-Cooler.
  3. Now remove the 4 screws of the Cooler and also the Cooler itself. The BIOS battery is now accessible through a fishplate.
  4. Short the battery’s poles with a screwdriver at the red mark for about 2-5 seconds. After that, the BIOS settings should be deleted.
  5. Refit everything and take special care to the CPU-Cooler, since a damage to the Dye (the dark rectangular thing in the middle of the CPU) is a death sentence to the CPU. And NEVER boot the notebook without CPU-Cooling!

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