How can I clear the CMOS on a Lenovo Ideapad 110-14isk?

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I have disabled by mistake the integrated graphics from the bios, and now I cannot see anything on the screen. I tried to connect the laptop to a monitor using the HDMI port, but it does not send any signal, so I thought I could clear the CMOS by removing the CR2032 battery and the main battery, but it did not work. This model comes with a OneKey Recovery but it does not work in this case either.

Does someone have any ideas on how to fix it?
 

shmoochie

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Try powering it off and removing the charger and battery. Then hold down the power button for ~30 seconds. Although, I think removing the battery should have done it.
 
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Thank you shmoochie, I also tried that but the result was the same, I thought that probably the operating system would be booting even though the screen did not show anything, but I realized that it does not connect to my LAN, I even have TeamViewer installed as a service and still not appears on my list of connected devices ... Any other ideas?
 
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