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Old 12-03-2011
How to get into BIOS and disable NICS?

Hi,

I have to get into BIOS and disable onbaord NICS for an IBM server, can someone please help me out.

I tried hitting F1 when reboot to get into BIOS, but it seems like a setup screen and I dont see any option to disable NICS?

Thanks
Sam
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Old 12-03-2011
What model?
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Old 12-04-2011
Hi, about the model I think it is 7945P, 3635X

By hitting F1 I was able to get into setup screen and I am not sure this is where I should go to disable NICS?

Thank you
Sam
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