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Boot sequence change won't let me post


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Ok, guys, I just made a new build... I had some trouble, with a black screen and it not posting, but I went through the whole thing, unplugged everything, took mobo out of the case and set it on cardboard, and tried everything, then I cleared the CMOS and it posted. I went into the BIOS and it is set all the way back to 2007 so I changed that, and I changed the boot sequence so that it checks my CD Rom Drive. The screen again goes black and won't post after saving and exiting. I reset the CMOS again and I went through and only changed the boot sequence, and again after exiting and saving it would not post.

I don't know what to do. I can't install windows now if it won't let me even post when I change the boot order. I have an Asus M4A78 Pro MOBO in there.

I also noticed that it was showing that my Phenom 3.2 gighz processor was running at 800 mhz.. ???
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to add to this, it seems to be doing this after every boot, even if I don't change any settings
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guys I solved my problem... thanks for atleast checking my post... I went and got the latest BIOS from ASUS... I wish they would update their boards before they send them out... That EZ Flash built into the BIOS is very handy, and I like that you can boot from a CD now instead of having to use a disk or even a USB.
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