Bios | CMOS De-Animator 2.1
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Like with De-Animator 1.0, one-time activated administrator privileges are required, if the application is ran for the first time in your system. CMOS De-Animator v2 now 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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Editor's note: Your owners manual also has instructions on resetting your CMOS by simply moving a jumper from 1 pin to 2, then back again.
If you are not sure, please refer to your motherboard manual and follow the directions to clear CMOS. If you are not familiar with how the CMOS works, then you do not need this program, in which case please run away NOW!
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