Saturday, March 27, 2010

Force start your computer when your time-cell goes off

You always face the problem of changing your time-cell consistently every 2 years. But sometimes if you don’t have a new time-cell and you are trying to start your computer it can just  stop at the "windows starting up screen".  


It's a very small problem but can frustrate you if you have an important work to do. Don't worry, it has an even simpler solution. Follow these steps:

1. Start your computer and enter setup by pressing key-F10.
2. Enter into Advanced BIOS features.
3. There Disable the Power on self test option.
4. Press F10 to save and exit.

There you're. A simple error would be shown by windows saying you to check your date time etc. Then continue your normal work.

If you have a little bit more time then follow these steps:

1. Start your computer and enter setup by pressing key-F10.
2. Enter into CMOS BIOS features.
3. Then manually set your date and time.
4. Press F10 to save and exit.

And please, do change your time-cell soon enough .

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