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Setting Up the Bios
Note: The improper use of the CMOS/BIOS settings can cause your machine to stop
working. It is advisable to get professional help before making any changes to the BIOS.
The BIOS/CMOS on your motherboard stores information about your hardware. It
stores, among other things, the size of your hard disk, the setting for your COM ports,
and the location of your CD drive. The BIOS needs to be told where to look for the boot
up files. If you want the computer to start from a boot up CD you will need to verify that
the BIOS is set to look first in the CD drive for a bootable master vpn mobile app
Fortunately, one does not need to access the motherboard to make changes to the
BIOS. Many computers give a message on screen a second or two on turning the
power on saying "Press Del to enter Setup". Other computers may operate on different
keys like "esc" or the space bar. Contact your computer supplier if you are unsure about
how to make changes to the BIOS. Once in, take care to navigate the BIOS menu
screens carefully and change only the settings you need.
Note: The BIOS on some computers may be protected with a password and not allow
you access. This is a user defined password and if you have lost it then resetting the
BIOS to circumvent the security password is a hardware job that requires opening the
case, and is out of the scope of this help section.