Reset BIOS Defaults?

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2gnu
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Reset BIOS Defaults?

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In trying to resolve boot errors related to FreeBSD and Apollo Lake, I changed a BIOS setting that disables USB devices. Of course, that means I'm now locked out of the BIOS. Stupid mistake.

Removing the CMOS battery didn't return the settings back to defaults as I'd hoped. Is there a way to get back into the BIOS again?

Thanks.

Edit: This issue is covered in another thread. http://www.fit-pc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=169&t=6139
Apologies. Email sent to support with fingers crossed.

douglasbeniz
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Re: Reset BIOS Defaults?

Post by douglasbeniz »

Hello,

I'm with the same issue here... Fitlet2; SBC-APL Rev. 1.1; BIOS version FLT2.0.40.01.00

Already tried what is here https://fit-pc.com/wiki/index.php?title ... leshooting without success... and a bunch of other tries...

Any guidance would be awesome, please!
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Douglas B Beniz
2gnu wrote:In trying to resolve boot errors related to FreeBSD and Apollo Lake, I changed a BIOS setting that disables USB devices. Of course, that means I'm now locked out of the BIOS. Stupid mistake.

Removing the CMOS battery didn't return the settings back to defaults as I'd hoped. Is there a way to get back into the BIOS again?

Thanks.

Edit: This issue is covered in another thread. http://www.fit-pc.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=169&t=6139
Apologies. Email sent to support with fingers crossed.

tamir
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