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Q: bios caching shadowing disable

I recently did a complete restore on compaq presario 6016us running windows xp and have a repeated blue screen error message stating update bios or disable caching shadownig of bios. I have updated everyting windows is updated, bios is updated, internet explorer is updated. Everything is running fine however after any updates requiring restart, a blue sreen pops up with error message includingTechinal information*** Stop : 0x0000007E (0xc0000005, 0xF7B11B10, 0xFB11810)*** ousbehci.sys - Address F7FEA60 base at F77FA000, Datestamp 3e075b41 I have been to the hp website on how to change bios settings but the f10 screen they show does not match mine and i cannot for the life of me locate where to change the bios caching shadowing settings. if anyone has any tips, or adivce it would really save the day. Thanks ever so much.

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A: bios caching shadowing disable

Have you double checked to make sure you used the correct update for your BIOS? It would be unusual for a BIOS flash to not work correctly unless it failed completely, but it might be worth a shot to try to flash it again with a newly downloaded update.





Thanks,ScottI am an HP employee

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i get this blue screen from time to time and its something about minidump. Anyway it said that if u hae seen this sreen more than once disable BIOS CACHING AND SHADOWING. i dont know what that is. It said that if i cant do it in normal mode. i had to do it in safe mode which is ok for me as long as ma comp works fine again.

And after that it said that check all new resently installed hardware and software. I know it isnt software because on the first day i bought it from the store, it restarted. So I know it isnt software its some hardware i dunno.

Ma system specs.

Hewlett Packard AMD Anthlon Xp 2600++
512 mb DDR Ram
80 gigabyte
48x CD-RW
16x DVD-ROM

HELP ME PLEASE thank you
 

A:what is bios caching and shadowing and how do you disable it.

Well if its new I'd be checking on warranty - a new machine should not be doing this at all.

"Enable System BIOS Shadowing

Shadowing is the process of copying slower ROM code into underlying RAM memory to improve performance of the ROM routines. The most commonly-shadowed ROM is the system BIOS ROM. Enabling the BIOS ROM shadowing feature will result in a small performance improvement.

Note: It is unusual in my experience for problems to result from using this setting, so if you are having trouble enabling this you may want to troubleshoot your memory or motherboard."
 

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I'm quite familiar with accessing the BIOS menu, however, I'm not quite sure which selection within the BIOS menu I would access in order to disable this feature. I continually get a blue screen telling me that the "physical memory is being dumped", and that changing the BIOS selection will possibly help to fix it. The only time it happens is when I'm playing a game, or using Photoshop and watching a movie on the second monitor.
 

A:Disable bios caching or shadowing

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I have a hp pavilion and there is no menu where i can access the bios memory. I'm stuck in the blue screen loop.

A:Disable bios memory options caching or shadowing

@gameofhp?, welcome to the forum. When requesting help you should always include the make/model (i.e. p6-xxxx) of the computer and/or monitor. This information is necessary for us to review the specifications of them.

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i was having frequent bsod..in that i saw a suggestion to disable thes..so how to disable bios memory options like caching and shadowing..i am having dell studio 1558 laptop with 04dknr motherboard

A:how to disable bios memory options like caching and shadowing

I would post in the Crashes and Debugging forum with your BSOD issue rather then just following a suggestion you saw. Let our experts make suggestions, and then if necessary help to disable any settings that may be needed. Also, fill in your system specs will help anyone trying to help you.

System Info - See Your System Specs

A Guy

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What does this mean? (Disable Bios Memory Options caching / shadowing) This is what is showing up on a Dell GX270 along with (Not enough boot memory) It's happening at boot up.

Regards

A:Disable Bios Memory Options caching / shadowing

Post the entire, exact error message, please .

Louis

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Hi,

After restarting my system today, I started getting a BSOD in my Vista Home Premium machine every 10-15 minutes without having to do anything on the computer.

The BSOD says the following:
check to make sure any new hardware or software is properly installed. If there is a new installation ask your software or hardware manufacturer for any new updates you might need. If problems continue disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use safe mode to remove or disable components restsart your computer press F8 to select advanced startup options and then select safe mode.Click to expand...

The last thing I did on my computer is installing "Adaware anniversary edition", which required a reboot 2 days ago, but I didn't reboot till now. I uninstalled that, but still the same issue. I haven't done anything else as far as I can remember.

I checked the event viewer, but the "error" I find only says that an unexpected shutdown occurred.

I'm now trying system restore in hopes it'll fix the problem, but it probably won't.

Any idea how I can troubleshoot/solve this issue? what kind of information can I post here to make troubleshooting the issue easier for you guys?
Any help is so much appreciated
 

A:Solved: Vista BSOD. Asks me to disable caching/shadowing in BIOS.

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Following a low battery run (10%) of approx. 5 mins and a normal shutdown yesterday, my computer kept blue-screening within 3 min (i.e. almost immediately) upon normal windows startup and basically asks me to 1) check if hardwares were installed correctly, and 2) disable BIOS caching / shadowing. There were no recent hardware installations and the BIOS menu has no options related to caching / shadowing as far as i can tell.

A:[HELP!!][Disable BIOS caching/shadowing] Consistent BSOD on Fujitsu AH531

See if it will boot into safe mode by tapping F8 while booting.

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how do i turn it off in BIOS? i'm trying to install an OS and blue error page saying i should turn them off... how?
 

A:BIOS caching and shadowing

Depends on the BIOS, enter the setup and look for them in Advanced Chipset Options.
 

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i have a toshiba satellite a215 s4767 recently i got a blue screen saying memory dump disable caching or shadowing after rebooting it crashes about 5 mintues into windows starting i read online how to go into setup at the first screen but when i go into the pheonix bios setup to disable caching and shadowing i see nothing in the menu about it ive read on yahoo questions someone else having a problem finding it in there toshiba bios settings menu as well if you could tell me how to acess and disable the caching and shadowing it would be greatly appreciated im on window vista if that helps at all thank you
 

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how i change my shadowing and caching bios?
its getting blue screen adn say to change the options how do i do it?
 

A:how i change my shadowing and caching bios?

In BIOS setup (usually prompted at boot). But that is probably not the problem. What does the blue screen say (at the bottom) for error information?
 

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how i change my shadowing and caching bios?
its getting blue screen adn say to change the options how do i do it?
 

A:how i change my shadowing and caching bios?

Exactly what is your Intel motherboard's model number? We need this number to check the bios type and it's options
 

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hi im trying to find shadowing and caching to disable them ikn bios setup but cant find them are they under something esle

A:cant find shadowing or caching to disale themin bios setup

What is your motherboard make and model number? If you don't know, download and run EVEREST Home Edition and it will show you.

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Can any one tell me how to disable Bios Shadowing and caching am using an HP Pavilion
a1112n
 

A:Disable Bios Shadowing ...

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I wanted to reload XP Pro on my computer. I deleted the dos partition, then reformatted the dos partition. I tried booting from the XP Pro cd, but as it was loading, and the screen which asked if I agreed to the terms came up, I had two second to agree, but it went straight to a blue screen that said that the computer was shutting down before it is damaged. It said to go into BIOS and disable shadowing. I do not know how to accomplish this. This is a Gateway computer that had Windows 98 originally, but was converted to XP Pro. I have not 98 disks, but I do have a clean XP Pro cd. Thans for your help.
 

A:How do I go into BIOS and disable shadowing?

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Win XP
1 GB
60GB Drive

Maintained this Sony laptop just fine for years with Drive Image 7, rewriting the C drive whenever something seemed to start happening.

This time I can barely do this, and the transfer of the archive image to drive C takes way too long.

Ran recovery disks for the first time and that seriously degraded the system to the point that windows take over a minute to open, and get stacked up on eachother and fail.

Copying data files to an external hard drive but the rate of transfer is very bad. I was planning on wiping the hard drive with MaxBlast utility, and then attempting another disk recovery.

No a serious error message to disable bio caching and shadow something.

Is my computer permanently ruined?

What steps should I take?

Thanks a bunch.

(Does this come from something "special?" Like someone targeting my machine on the internet?)

A:Disable BIOS and Shadowing - Seriously degraded Win XP

Bios did not provide an option for disabling caching and shadowing (just boot order etc.)

After clearing out my data partition and attempting a hidden partition recovery (rather than a CD recovery) the computer seems to have overcome all issues. Go figure.

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I'm running a T2825 Emachine, andi think that the problem to a certian program running (not at OS) is related to BIOS Shadowing. I don't have any manuals (computer was a gift) and just wondering if anyone can help me.

Goal is to Disable BIOS shadowing, if only temporary, to determine if it the cause to my problem.

Any help is appreciated.


Thanks in advance,
Escapadius
 

A:Emachine--Need help trying to disable BIOS Shadowing

not sure what key needs presed on start up
more in likely the delete key if not the F1
on start screen start pressing the delete key a few secs at a time this should get you to bios(you may have to start pressing if the MB has a splash screen
come up.
scroll through to advanced? shouild be there down the list to disable shadowing
I just loaded an older AMD 700mhz with W2K and had to disable shadowing .
 

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I want to disable BIOS memory such as cashing or shadowing.    Was told to do this on a computing net forum because of system memory dump on sign off

A:BIOS disable memory cashing or shadowing

   What model computer? This is advice we used to commonly see in the old 486 and Pentium I days and you don't see the option to enable and disable cacheing  any more as it is not really an issue. 

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1. There doesn't appear to be an option in BIOS to disable memory caching/shadowing. No advanced options, just Information, Main, Security, Boot and Exit. It's Phoenix SecureCore version 0.3204.
 
2. Also, my memory usage has been a lot higher since running ToolWiz Care tuneup program. I don't have any restore points from that period to reverse it.
 
Any help on how to remedy either or both of these issues would be really appreciated, 

A:Can't disable memory caching in BIOS etc

Why do you want to disable shadowing? All that does is at boot up, instead of mapping the (slow) BIOS flash RAM of adapters and the mainboard BIOS into the HMA (High Memory Area) at the top of the first 1MB of system RAM, a tiny amount of system RAM is mapped to that location and the flash RAM contents copied to it. That means any access to BIOS code is much much faster, and uses basically no resources - the entire HMA is only 384 kilobytes of memory.
 
The use of system "Tuneup" utilities is a recognized potential hazard for a system, and can result in either misreported "errors" being supposedly corrected without anything actually being achieved, or some harm being done to important system functions, such as the Registry. Bleeping Computer recommends avoiding the use of such utilities.
 
Since I don't use them at all, and have no direct knowledge of their operation, I must leave it to more experienced techs here to offer suggestions as to the best way to deal with possible problems when there is no restore available.

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1. There doesn't appear to be an option in BIOS to disable memory caching/shadowing. No advanced options, just Information, Main, Security, Boot and Exit. It's Phoenix SecureCore version 0.3204. Is there any other way of disabling memory caching?

2. My memory usage has been a lot higher since running ToolWiz Care tuneup program. I don't have any restore points from that period to reverse it.

Any help on how to remedy either or both of these issues would be really appreciated,

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All of sudden today while working my laptop stopped with bluescreen asking me to disable Caching and shadowing in Bios. (Screenshot attached)
I check the BIOS and could not find such setting.

Then rebooted and it prompted me for repair. I followed it and then again after some time blue screen error with display driver issue(Screenshot attached)

I am running Windows 7 Basic on my Sony VGN-FZ35GN with Nvidia GeForce 8400 GT GPU.

PS- I am able to boot normally after window restart and all working fine but this blue-screen issue I see twice a week with different errors.

Kindly advise.

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All of sudden today while working my laptop stopped with bluescreen asking me to disable Caching and shadowing in Bios. (Screenshot attached)
I check the BIOS and could not find such setting.

Then rebooted and it prompted me for repair. I followed it and then again after some time blue screen error with display driver issue(Screenshot attached)

I am running Windows 7 Basic on my Sony VGN-FZ35GN with Nvidia GeForce 8400 GT GPU.

PS- I am able to boot normally after window restart and all working fine but this blue-screen issue I see twice a week with different errors.

Kindly advise.

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Hi there everyone -

My situation's this: got a computer loading roaming profile, server is running Win2K.

As I log off on the computer, this is the error message:

EVENT TYPE: Warning
EVENT SOURCE: Userenv
EVENT CATEGORY: None
EVENT ID: 1525
DATE: 7/6/2005
TIME: 10:43:40AM
USER: CHDICKERSIN\aashraf
COMPUTER: JHUDCGFRK71
DESCRIPTION:
Windows has detected that offline caching is enabled on the Roaming Profile share - to avoid potential profile corruption, Offline Caching must be disabled on shares where roaming user profiles are stored.

For more information, see Hlep and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

So I went to the MS Support site and found this link:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;287566

BUT it doesn't solve my problem, because I don't have a share on a separate server, as the solution instructed.
 

A:[HOW TO] Disable Offline Caching

BUT it doesn't solve my problem, because I don't have a share on a separate server, as the solution instructedClick to expand...

.

Where is your roaming profile coming from if not the server?

If your saying its on the server but is not shared then I would suggest to make it shared as it should be (not sure how its working if its not) and then go in to the caching and disable it.
 

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Hi,

My younger siblings surf the internet all day, oging to websites that are packed with images that fill up the browser cache and slow my computer to a hault.

How do I prevent specific domain names from downloading files (images, cookies) to my computer while still retaining their functionality?

A:Disable caching from specific URLs?

You could limit the cache size to a more managable amount...

- Control Panel
- Internet Options
- General tab -> Temporary Internet Files -> Settings
- Change 'Amount of disk space to use:' to 150MB or less
- Click Apply then OK
- Clear the cache/cookies etc
- Restart and see how that goes :-)

Also, you can change the location of the cache to a different partition with more space too...but if you're experiencing slow downs caused just by cache, you may also want to think about getting more space for your C drive as you may end up losing or corrupting data.

Hope that helps :-)

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I have just resiently reinstalled windows xp from a clean install, I have a p4 2.8, 512mb g- force 5200 fx, system.
I have tryed to play Hitman 2 which my system whips *** at by the spec. When you get 10 mins into it a blue screen comes up saying about turning off shadowing.
My bios is " award modular v6" I cant see anywhere in it where it says about shadowing! I belive this should solve the prob but only if i can find it!!
Please help cos its driving me nuts lol
Many thanks
Ian
(chudders)

 

A:Turning off shadowing in bios

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I have just resiently reinstalled windows xp from a clean install, I have a p4 2.8, 512mb g- force 5200 fx, system.
I have tryed to play Hitman 2 which my system whips *** at by the spec. When you get 10 mins into it a blue screen comes up saying about turning off shadowing.
My bios is " award modular v6" I cant see anywhere in it where it says about shadowing! I belive this should solve the prob but only if i can find it!!
Please help cos its driving me nuts lol
Many thanks
Ian
(chudders)
 

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Hey All,

This is probably a pretty nooby question but I can't seem to find any answers online.

I used to use VMware Workstation, but I've since switched to Hyper-V as it's built into Windows 8.

I was setting up a server from scratch (2008 r2) and I added the role of Domain Controller to my server, which all went through with no problems at all.

I decided to check through the warnings given in the event log and I came across the following message:






Active Directory Domain Services could not disable the software-based disk write cache on the following hard disk. Hard disk: %1 Data might be lost during system failures.



(ID: 1539)

I've tried to manually disable write-caching, but I just get the following message:






This device does not allow its write cache setting to be modified



Does anybody know how to disable the write caching? I can't seem to find any documentation on this and I'm not sure if this is just standard behaviour of Hyper-V?

Cheers all,

Matt

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Hi,

My younger siblings surf the internet all day, oging to websites that are packed with images that fill up the browser cache and slow my computer to a hault.

How do I prevent specific domain names from downloading files (images, cookies) to my computer while still retaining their functionality?
 

A:Disable caching of files from specific URLs?

...you can change the default IE settings to suit yourself.

Delete the contents of the “Temporary Internet Files” folder

. Open Internet Explorer.
. Click Tools >Internet options
. In the “Temporary Internet Files”
. Click Delete Files
. On the warning box tick the “Delete offline content” and click OK

___
Delete Cookies

. Open Internet Explorer (If not already open)
. Click Tools > Internet Options (If not already open)
. In the “Temporary Internet Files” section click “Delete Cookies”
. click OK
. click OK
 

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Hey guys, I have a Compaq Presario that will not boot Windows Home edition. When I turn it on, I get a blue screen after the Windows loading screen that reads "UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME". During the first 5-10 seconds of starting the computer, it states that the BIOS and Video BIOS are shadowed. The problem is, is that I cannot find how to disable this feature in the BIOS. I've checked every tab more than once. Could anyone help me with this issue?
 

A:Need Help Disabling BIOS Shadowing! (Compaq)

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Due due some trouble with my video adapter, I was asked to disable
"Caching" or "shadowing" in the Bios.

However, I did not find any of these option in the bios although i made
a deep search.

My motherboard is an MSI865PEV2, and also i have installed a new bios
update.

Still I did not find the options????

Is there a way where these option Can be disabled apart from the bios?
 

A:option 'shadowing' not found in bios

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Hello, I want to install multiple HDD in my machine HP 406 g1 MT business PC. But At a time only one HDD should active. It means I want to keep only one HDD enable in BIOS setup utility others should be disabled. I have bios version greater than 7. I have already refered this document. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07110 But I could not find out settings to disable HDD. Could anyone tell me weather is it possible to disable HDD on my machine or not? Thanks,Ashish

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when my computer restarts, i press f2 and a menu comes up...does any1 know how to disable caching and/or shadowing from there?
 

A:how to disable bios

It varied by BIOS maker, but there will usually be an "advanced" section where it can be set to "disabled"

The instructions for saving and exiting are always at the lower part of the screen.

If you have no experience in BIOS settings, please be careful in there!
 

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I have a PC that i use as a server. I installed Lock My PC onto that PC and forgot that i had installed it (I also forgot the password). I restarted my PC and what do you know, Lock My PC is doing its job, and i can't remember the password for the life of me. I can still access the files through the network Homegroup, which is great, but I just can't do anything else on the PC. I tried restarting in Safe mode but Lock My PC still runs.

Is there anyway I can disable Lock My PC without the password??

A:Is there anyway to disable an app through bios?

Sorry but it against the forum rules to provide password help on a open forum.
Try contacting Lock My PC for assistance.

Thread closed

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I am running Trend Micro Internet Security v16.6 for Dell on a Dell Inspiron E1505 with Windows XP SP3. When I recently accessed a password protected web site, the site manager notified me that there were attempts to access the web site from unknown internet users immediately following my access to the site. The web site manager tracked the IP addresses of the unknown users to Trend Micro systems located in Japan as well as the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre site located in Australia.I scanned my system for virus, etc using both Trend Micro and Avast. Neither scan turned up any problems.I reported the issue to Trend Micro and received a response that this was expected behavior as they track web sites accessed by users to check for malware.Since I never heard of this before, I wonder if this is normal behavior for Trend Micro Internet Security or if I have a malware problem.Do I need to take additional steps to clean my system?Thanks for your feedback and suggested courses of action.EDIT: Moved to more appropriate forum

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Hi guys, I'am trying to disable net bios at ipv4 on win8cp ....

when i connect again it was enabled again automaticly...

any comment or idea will be appreciated

A:Disable net bios(IPV4)

So you disabled net bios on the WINS tab under advanced TCP/IPv4 and it's somehow enabling itself after start up?

It seems like the setting should stick but I haven't tried it yet.

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Hello Sir / Ma'am

Im Cyril Paul, nowadays my computer shuts-down automatically and i get this note - Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing". What could be the problem. Under technical information it showes as - *** STOP : 0x0000008E...and many numbers like this.
Please help.

Thank You
Cyril
 

A:Disable BIOS memory

I would run a memory tester
http://www.memtest.org/

Download the prebuilt ISO, burn it to CD as an Image (not data), boot from that CD and run the memory test for a couple of hours or overnight to stress test the memory.

If the memory test has no errors, update your drivers.

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hello,i have a compaq elite 8300 microtower, with an i5 processor.i would like to know how do i disable the C-states of the processor ?i looked in BIOS and did not find any related option . thank you!

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hello,i have a compaq elite 8300 microtower, with an i5 processor.i would like to know how do i disable the C-states of the processor ?i looked in BIOS and did not find any related option . thank you!

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I assume that I will have to do this today, but I don't know how.

Also, if I am not posting correctly, since nobody has responded to any of my previous posts, I would appreciate a message stating what I am doing wrong. Are my questions so banal as to elicit no attention?
 

A:how do I disable antivirus in BIOS?

Hi orangeman
To disable Antivirus in BIOS you need to get into bios on boot up. It could be delete or a function key to get into the bios. Its different for many machines so check in the manual you should have received with your new system board.
Then look for something like "boot sector protect" and disable it.

2 don't know how to get rid of easy bios without a floppy disk. I would try FDISK /MBR from a floppy. You probably will have to reformat the drive anyway after removing easy bios. It's best to have a clean disk for a new motherboard anyway.

Your questions are fine but most people will only answer if they have an idea of how to help you.
Also this is a volunteer board and usually has more people accessing it and answering questions after work.

[Edited by Lurker1 on 04-30-2001 at 01:58 PM]
 

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Hi I recently purchase my HP OMEN and cannot disable the usb 3.0 from Bios, I read that the bios must have lockdown the option , how can it be unlock? I need to disable the option because I have  a device that only works with usb2.0. 

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Asks for administrator password before entering BIOS.halt code: 50330832

A:BIOS System Disable

When prompted for password try 45098214

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My bios still has password after bios reset steps tried a password three times and got locked out 58615152 bought the laptop 2no hand from some p and can't get past this password

A:bios disable password

Hi, Enter; 47773194

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Password disable 77463552

A:Bios password disable

When prompted for password try 68541594

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System disabled code of 88332656. What now gurus?











Solved!
View Solution.

A:Bios disable code

@Juicey12345? Enter   37090298

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I have a customer who has forgotten there password and has locked the bios. Please could we get help with the recovery code. The disabled code is 84410368. Kind regards

A:BIOS Disable Code

SP Enter   31578968

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Hey guys, ive had this monitor for about a little over a month now.

ViewSonic P95f+ - 279.00 at Newegg.com

At first it was working great - but now...im getting shadowing to the right of the left side of the monitor, and to the right of the mouse and graphics etc. Really big in Games such as Dark Age of Camelot.


any one experience this before? I called them, and they want me to RMA the monitor..sigh - so much money right now to send that thing back to them. Hoping that maybe some one else had this problem before and fixed it?

Thanks guys.

Matt
 

A:Monitor Shadowing!

Even though it appears that your monitor is defective, make certain to properly troubleshoot your situation. Place a "known good" monitor with your computer and test. If the replacement is fine, then you may have a bad monitor. On the other hand, if you see a similar problem, then suspect your video card or AGP slot. Check the pins in the monitor cable to make certain one is not loose or bent since this can cause a variety of odd colors or other problems to show on your monitor. Last, move your computer a little farther from your monitor and make certain you do not have a TV nearby in order to reduce the magnetic field around your monitor, which can also cause a variety of onscreen oddities.
 

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