For instace, would I need to clear the CMOS with jumpers? Do I just push the chip in and "let's go!"? Do I need to remove the RTC?
Thanks in advance.
NickS wrote:Make sure the BIOS chip is the right way round before applying power. Don't worry about the RTC chip. Hmmmm, M560 - that has the VIA/Houston Tech/Dallas RTC with built-in battery. In that case I don't remember if the "CMOS clear" jumper has any effect. If the BIOS will boot all you can do is set defaults, I think.
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