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How do I clear the cmos

Hi guys so I recently disabled my integrated graphics because I was stupid and I don’t have a dedicated gpu so I want to clear the cmos/reset bios I have found the clear cmos thing but I don’t know what to do with it please help me thanks 

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either remove the battery for 5 min or so or short the pins that say CLR CMOS or similar, you can find where those are in your manual for the motherboard

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You see these lonely 2 pins between your F_USB header and the F_Panel header? If you connect those two with some metal (like keys or screwdriver) for about 3-5 seconds your cmos should be cleared. You need to remove the power plug from the PSU first or you risk damaging your bios completely. Then plug in your PSU again and you should be fine

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Disable all power source to the motherboard and remove the battery for 15 seconds later put it back and you're done.

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