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Old 09-24-2005, 04:51 AM   #1
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I want to know how to clear CMOS?
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You can't without opening the case...
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Why can't you open the computer case? Let me guess you want to do this to a school computer...lame
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Old 09-25-2005, 03:43 AM   #4
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Default Re: help me, how to clear CMOS without open computercase

You right . But. Can I use software to clear CMOS?
I use this command from DOS to clear CMOS. But not seccessful.
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-O 70 70
-O 71 71
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You can't clear the CMOS from DOS
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Old 09-26-2005, 03:56 AM   #6
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I see!! But I wonder if a software can clear CMOS?
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You need debugging and/or administrative rights to do that, first of all - which i'm sure you don't. Believe me... I tried to hack into the school computer, but it's useless and dangerous. Plus, they'll know who tried to do it cause they may have Vision from Master Solutions... Google it.
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You won't find how to do that here. We don't condone hacking here at CF.
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You won't find how to do that here. We don't condone hacking here at CF.
We do not condone cracking and/or malicious hacking here at CF.

Besides, Clearing the cmos doesnt even do anything, it resets the clock, wow

God, Even the lamers At my school that got caught tried to put porn backgrounds on the teachers backgrounds remotely lol If your going to do anything atleast make it unique, preferably funny and not damaging =P



I remember playing pranks on my teachers computers that would make them laugh and be like "Love Hunter" lol thats when exploiting the system is fun.
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Old 10-08-2005, 05:09 AM   #10
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Do you know? I try to clear CMOS, software,debug.....If I can do that, i will have administrator permisson.It's wonderful. Thanks for your opinions
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