Bios | CMOS De-Animator 3
Author: ST-WARE Softworks
Date: 10/28/2013 08:38 PM
Size: 798 KB
Requires: Win 8/ Win 7/ Vista/ 03 /XP
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One-time activated administrator privileges are required, if the application is ran for the first time in your system. CMOS De-Animator includes a self-test on its startup to check, whether the CMOS can be successfully accessed to. After successful execution with the status "Ready to go" visible, the application can be normally used even under non-privileged accounts on your machine (i.e. under an user account). This doesn't apply to Windows 98/ME, where the utility works instantly.
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New features include an interactive new GUI, command-line support with optional silent (unattended operation) switch, log file generation, and experimental EEPROM reading support!
Original features – backup, restore and reset the CMOS RAM – of the old De-Animator are, of course, intact and still conveniently accessible. The same goes for extreme backward compatibility, just as with previous versions – the application runs on a Windows NT 3.51 just as fine as under Windows 8, 32-bit or 64-bit!
And since no MFC or MSVCRT is used, no installation is required – just unzip and run. Alternatively, specify “/?” as a parameter to invoke a list of available command-line options.
Your owners manual also has instructions on resetting your CMOS by simply moving a jumper from 1 pin to 2, then back again.
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