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Set-up in HP Pavilion® Slimline s5370t
Learn about the reasons for the set-up configuration being disabled in HP Pavilion Slimline s5370t series desktops
The HP Pavilion Slimline S5370t is a series of compact desktop computers available with a wide array of components. HP Slimline s5370t comes with the Intel i3 or i5 dual-core processor running at speed ranging between 2.93 and 3.33GHz. HP Pavilion Slimline s5370t is available with 4-8GB RAM and hard disk drive capacity of 500GB to 1.5TB. A Blu-ray Disc player, integrated wireless-N, and Bluetooth are also optional in HP Pavilion Slimline s5370t. The set-up configuration might be disabled in HP Pavilion s5370t due to failure of CMOS battery which keeps the time even if the system is turned off.
Following are the tips to resolve the issue of set-up configuration being disabled in HP Pavilion Slimline s5370t:
- Reset the settings
- Replace the CMOS battery
- Remove virus
Reset the settings
Remove if any media is there from the USB ports, floppy drives and CD/DVD drives and detach all unnecessary devices. Let the keyboard, monitor and mouse connect to the HP Pavilion Slimline s5370t. If the system is affected by any external problem, diagnose and rectify it. Before resetting the system take all the data and relevant data to the backup storage area. Restart the system in the safe mode after reset the computer.
Replace the CMOS battery
CMOS battery holds a real time clock. The HP Pavilion Slimline s5370t is a desktop with CMOS battery which helps to keep the time even when the system is turned off. When this battery runs on low power, it must be replaced by another. After removing and reinstalling the real time clock the users might restart the system in the safe mode.
In order to prevent virus infection in your HP Pavilion Slimline S5370t, avoid downloading the files from any unauthorized websites. If the system seems to be slow, after connecting to the Internet, it might have spyware or virus. You might try the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool for finding and removing these malicious programs. It is recommended to add certified antivirus software and Firewall to the system to prevent such attacks from virus.