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jgb_11

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Hi,

I did something stupid. i changed a bios setting (the FSB) and now my computer will not boot. It turns on but I get no signal to the montior and nothing happens.

Is there a way to reset the bios to default?

Thanks in advance.
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Press the power button and keep tapping the delete key until it enters set up, look for BIOS defaults, load those, press F10 to save, type Y to confirm, press enter to reboot
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If, as you say, you can't get anything at all on the screen, then pop the little battery out of the motherboard for about 10 minutes, with the computer disconnected from power. Put the battery back in, plug the computer back in, and try it again.
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