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   * If needed, use the cursor keys to move to the menu option titled: ''​Hard Disk Setting''​ and choose the appropriate values. ​   * If needed, use the cursor keys to move to the menu option titled: ''​Hard Disk Setting''​ and choose the appropriate values. ​
   * My system has the 500 MB hard disk, but I use ANYDRIVE to manually configure the hard drive settings, so I don't need to adjust the Hard Disk values. I only need to press F10 to save settings and reboot. ​   * My system has the 500 MB hard disk, but I use ANYDRIVE to manually configure the hard drive settings, so I don't need to adjust the Hard Disk values. I only need to press F10 to save settings and reboot. ​
-  * Note! If you make the wrong selection on this screen, you can turn the machine off, then while booting, press CTRL + SHIFT + F10 when the computer powers on. If this does not work, you may turn the machine off, wait 5 minutes, then turn it back on. If you have an empty CMOS battery, you will be prompted with the same CMOS error message again. +  * Note! If you make the wrong selection on this screen, you can do the following:  
-  * You may also manually enter the system configuration,​ by running the TEST3 utility found at the [[Files and Resources]] section.+    * Turn the machine off, then while booting, press CTRL + SHIFT + F10 when the computer powers on.  
 +    * If this does not work, you may turn the machine off, wait 5 minutes, then turn it back on. If you have an empty CMOS battery, you will be prompted with the same CMOS error message again. 
 +    * You may also manually enter the system configuration,​ by running the TEST3 utility found at the [[Files and Resources]] section.
  
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toshiba_t-series_support/how_do_i_boot_my_t3200sx_with_an_empty_cmos_battery.txt · Last modified: 2018-04-09 16:30 by omolini