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[LAB 3- BIOS]

[ LAB 3- BIOS ] 2011/2012

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Computer Maintenance - BIOS

Lab 3: Getting into the BIOS

Information retrieved from “howstuffworks.com”

Student Name: Mohd Hafiez bin Musa

matric no: DX100180DCJ04

To enter the CMOS Setup, you must press a certain key, or combination of keys, during the initial startup sequence. Most systems use "Esc," "Del," "F1," "F2," "Ctrl- Esc," or

"Ctrl-Alt-Esc" to enter the setup. There is usually a line of text at the bottom of the

display that tells you to "Press

Once you have entered the setup, you will see a set of text screens with a number of options. Some of these are standard, while others vary according to the BIOS manufacturer. Common options include:

to Enter Setup."

manufacturer. Common options include: to Enter Setup." System Time/Date – Set the system time and date.

System Time/Date Set the system time and date. Boot Sequence The order in which the BIOS will try to load the operating system Plug and Play A standard for auto-detecting connected devices; it should be set to "Yes" if your computer and operating system both support it. Mouse/Keyboard "Enable Num Lock," "Enable the Keyboard," "Auto-Detect Mouse" Drive Configuration Configure hard drives, CD-ROM, and floppy drives. Memory Direct the BIOS to shadow to a specific memory address. Security Set a password for accessing the computer. Power Management Select whether to use power management, as well as the amount of time for standby and suspend. Exit Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings.

– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA
– Save your changes, discard your changes, or restore the default settings. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA

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[ LAB 3- BIOS ] 2011/2012 CMOS Setup Be very careful when making changes to the
CMOS Setup
CMOS Setup

Be very careful when making changes to the setup. Incorrect settings may keep your computer from booting. When you are finished with your changes, you should choose "Save Changes" and exit. The BIOS will then restart your computer so that the new settings can take effect.

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QUESTION

1. What key(s) is/are used to run the setup on your computer?

- F1

2. Who is the manufacturer of the BIOS? - IBM
2. Who is the manufacturer of the BIOS?
- IBM

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3. What BIOS version is installed on your computer? - not displayed.Only display the date and serial number BIOS.

on your computer? - not displayed.Only display the date and serial number BIOS. MOHD HAFIEZ BIN

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4. Fill out the table:

Identify 5 things you can change in the BIOS.

Name of Setting

Setting Value

1. System Time

[23:35:11]

2. System Date

[02/29/2012]

3. PS/2 Mouse

[Enable]

4. Diskette Drive

[Enable]

5. Keyboard Speed

[Fast]

Diskette Drive [Enable] 5. Keyboard Speed [Fast] 1. System Time 2. System Date MOHD HAFIEZ BIN
1. System Time
1. System Time

2. System Date

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[ LAB 3- BIOS ] 2011/2012 3. PS/2 Mouse 4. Diskette Drive 5. Keyboard Speed MOHD
3. PS/2 Mouse 4. Diskette Drive 5. Keyboard Speed
3. PS/2 Mouse 4. Diskette Drive 5. Keyboard Speed
3. PS/2 Mouse 4. Diskette Drive 5. Keyboard Speed
3. PS/2 Mouse 4. Diskette Drive 5. Keyboard Speed

3. PS/2 Mouse

4. Diskette Drive

5. Keyboard Speed

BIOS ] 2011/2012 3. PS/2 Mouse 4. Diskette Drive 5. Keyboard Speed MOHD HAFIEZ BIN MUSA

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5. Change the Date to your birth date. - Main System Date (MM/DD/YYYY) : [11/09/1985]

Date to your birth date. - Main → System Date (MM/DD/YYYY) : [11/09/1985] MOHD HAFIEZ BIN

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6. Enable Num Lock.

- Startup Keyboard Numlock State : [On]

7. Save your changes. - Exit → Save Setting
7. Save your changes.
- Exit → Save Setting

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8. Reboot your computer and observe your changes.

- Exit Save and exit the Setup Utility

your changes. - Exit → Save and exit the Setup Utility - Main → System Date
- Main → System Date (MM/DD/YYYY) : [02/29/2012]
- Main → System Date (MM/DD/YYYY) : [02/29/2012]

9. Enter the BIOS again, reset the date, and disable the Num Lock.

[02/29/2012] 9. Enter the BIOS again, reset the date, and disable the Num Lock. MOHD HAFIEZ

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- Startup Keyboard Numlock State : [Off]

[ LAB 3- BIOS ] 2011/2012 - Startup → Keyboard Numlock State : [Off] MOHD HAFIEZ

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