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Zed Air Keyboard and mouse not working in BIOS nor in Windows

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siklong73

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i changed bios settings and now keyboard, touchpad and even usb ports are disabled.

can't find direct reset on mainboard. can't get into bios now because keyboard is disabled.

 

anyone with the solution will be much appreciated.


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You can reset BIOS to its factory default settings by removing the CMOS battery on the motherboard after removing the CMOS battery hold down power switch for few minutes before reconnecting the CMOS battery.


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kevinxe11

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Hello guys, i am running  win 10 home edition on my zed air pro s laptop, i recently was trying to upgrade my 32bit version of windows to 64 bit so i changed some of the BIOS settings and after a reboot, my keyboard and mouse pad couldnt be detected any more. i tried other keyboards and mouse but to no avail. I opened up the machine but i cant seem to locate any CMOS battery to reset the bios. I would reaaly apprciate the help. Thanks :upset:


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shreefbeh

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same situation here !
have you got an answer ?


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Nope not yet.


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How to Clear CMOS


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phillpower2

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Shreefbeh

 

Please either start your own thread or follow the one of kevinxe11 here


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