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Well, i think i posted on wrong subforum last time!

Read at this link on whats my problem!


Answer to Keith:

Uhm, i cant see anything on the monitor, so i cant get into the BIOS-system!
The computer will turn itself on and off, but nothing on the screen/monitor!
Its nothing wrong with the graphic card or something, cos i tried to change it, and it didnt work!

Is there any chance to fix this?
Keep tapping Del button to get into BIOS didnt work! Cos i cant see anything!
Its a Socket 754, and i dun have any Motherboards who the CPU will fit in! To try change!

PLEASE; i really need this to work! Like i threw 4000NOK(800-900$) out of the window!
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You need to reset the bios back to default settings. Please follow these instructions EXACTLY :

1. Disconnect the external power lead to the computer

2. Open up the case & discharge your static by touching a metal surface before touching anything inside the computer.

3. Disconnect the main ATX power connector. This is the large white power connector that plugs into the motherboard.

4. Locate the cmos battery (flat round silver battery on motherboard) & carefully remove it.

5. Wait a few minutes then replace the battery (make sure you insert it the right way up!)

6. Reconnect the ATX power connector, then reconnect the external power lead & power the system on.

Let me know if you get anything on the screen this time.
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