If the computer shuts down for no apparent reason, does not turn on or you forget the BIOS password, try resetting the settings.
A reset can also be useful when Windows does not boot, or the computer is unstable. If these problems occur after changing the BIOS parameters or a failure in the firmware, these instructions can help you.
Recall, the BIOS is a software environment that manages the primary functions of the computer and is the interface between the hardware and the operating system. After the reset, the files on the drives and the Windows settings will remain intact. But, most likely, you will have to go into the BIOS, find the section with the time and date parameters and re-configure them.
All these methods of reset are suitable for both desktop computers and laptops.
1. How to reset the BIOS via the programming interface
The easiest way to reset the BIOS is to open its interface and use the reset command. But this option is suitable only if the computer turns on and you remember the BIOS password or did not install it.
To get into the interface, in the first seconds of turning on the computer, press F1, F2, F8, Delete or another key until you see a menu with settings. Typically, the desired button is displayed at the bottom of the screen when the device is started.