Re: [NTO] RE: [NH] Changing CMOS and Formatting Hard Drive
- Hi Greg,
> I stand to be corrected (on the OT list!)LOL - Yes, indeed! My bad; I didn't even mean to send it yet.
Wrote it late last night and wanted to bootup to get the name of
the much better BIOS/CMOS that I have on this machine. Thanks for
your reply. I thought it may be hardware related, but I hope we
are corrected. My new notebook has like a Notepad vs NotePro on
it, the Phoenix being the Notepad. Maybe there is a "Pro" version
they sell that will work. I'm extremely surprised that Gateway/HP
actually allowed it on "their" computers. Perhaps it is what the
reseller ordered to save money.
Thanks for all the other replies on the [NH] list, but please
post here if you post again. TIA! You do not need to re-post; I'll
try to remember to send any replies here. ;)
>Hi Jody,Happy Topics,
>Isn't this a bit Off-topic? :-)
>> I don't know when I'll have time to do this, but I have a new
>> laptop. It is an HP with 100MB drive and a Phoenix CMOS.
>> Can I replace a CMOS
>As I understand it the BIOS (and CMOS) are so much part and parcel of the
>basic hardware, motherboard, chipsets, etc, that it will not be possible,
>unless you replace most of the fundamental hardware.
>I stand to be corrected (on the OT list!)
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