CMOS reset for V90

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    Avatardajuice
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    I got a new V90 Dual to test with. However I ran into more video problems with this unit. For some reason it will only boot in dual monitor extended mode if you unplug one monitor, then plug it in after the thing is completly booted.

    In playing around with the settings i did something to the bios that causes it not to boot at all anymore (no video) I may have inadvertantly disabled the video card.

    Is there any way to reset the cmos / bios to default again? regular computers have a jumper to clear it

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    Avatardajuice
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    Answered my own question.

    As an FYI:
    unplug power
    Pop open the cover of the unit
    take out CMOS battery,
    right beside the battery is a red jumper, move it over to the next pin, wait about 15 seconds, put back in the battery and move jumper back to it original position

    CMOS will be reset to factory default

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    Nice 🙂

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