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Released in 2010, it features an Intel Core i3 1st Gen 330M (2.13 GHz), an Intel HD Graphics card, 4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 of Memory, and 500 GB 5,400rpm Hard Drive Storage.

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Where is the bios reset button

Can someone please show me where the bios reset button is on the motherboard

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Hello Dakota Bromagem

The Asus U50F-RBBAG05 laptop does not have a physical BIOS reset button. However, you can reset the BIOS settings by accessing the BIOS setup utility during the boot process and selecting the option to reset the settings to their default values.

To access the BIOS setup utility, follow these steps:

  1. Power on the laptop and press the "F2" key repeatedly to enter the BIOS setup utility.
  2. Once in the BIOS setup utility, use the arrow keys to navigate to the "Exit" menu.
  3. In the "Exit" menu, select the option to "Load Setup Defaults" or "Reset BIOS Settings".
  4. Confirm that you want to reset the BIOS settings to their default values.
  5. Save the changes and exit the BIOS setup utility.

After resetting the BIOS settings, you may need to reconfigure some settings, such as the boot order and date/time settings. Note that resetting the BIOS settings will not erase any data from your hard drive.

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Harsha Vardhan's answer is the intelligent and helpful one, and will probably suffice. I add this reply in case your question is dealing with the motherboard more directly (?). If you have the laptop open and have been working on it, there is an internal CMOS coin-type battery which holds BIOS settings when the laptop is shut off. That battery can generally been unplugged, which will reset the BIOS to its defaults. If the BIOS won't hold settings, the CMOS battery may need replacement. If you've accidentally somehow damaged the BIOS, a very few BIOS chips store a backup of the previous BIOS version which can be restored. Most do not. Reflashing a 'bricked' chip is a problematic (read: complex and expensive) matter, although it can sometimes be done. Whew! That's enough!

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