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Old Packard Bell Cmos Setup

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How do I get into the Cmos setup of a Packard Bell
Legend 300sx?
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by:ddmorgan
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try pressing f2 at startup just about the time post gets started. This may not work but it might let me know.Some packard smells give you a hard time to get into setup; one sure way in is to remove a sim it will ask you to go into setup to correct the problem.
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f2 didn't work; try again.  I'd like to avoid taking the memory out if possible, I have to take out all the cards and expansion riser to get to it.
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try f10 at same point as before if it doesn't wort try del key.
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I had to take out the memory, nothing else worked.
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