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Cant get into my BIOS


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DannyPhilly

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Hi all,
SO i was recently having trouble getting my mobo to recognize my second gpu in crossfire and I tried tinkering with the BIOS a bit. I'm not sure(I cant check anymore for obvious reasons, will explain), but I changed some setting where the computer boots up PCI/PEG to PEG/PCI, im assuming its the boot order. Well anyway, now instead of seeing the initial bios screen(press del to enter setup, etc) following by the Windows XP logo, I dont see anything but all black until the computer reaches the desktop. Im guessing the setting I changed causes the computer to boot up the gpu much later. So my question is how can I reset this in order to allow me to get into my bios? I hope the solution is simple :)

Thanks again
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trentdw

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try this pull the battery out for about 5 min then put it back in you will most likely have to reset the
time and date but shuld work
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Thanks man, ill give that a try when I get home from work :)
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Thanks ALOT man, it worked. cheers
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