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Ok soo. Here is what I did, what happened and what ensued. I did run winaudit and no hardware problems or errors were detected. I installed another sata drive in my box for some extra storage. Plugged everything back in and the trouble began. I kept getting nothing but a black screen with a huge white mouse arrow on it. I could not even F8 into a boot menu, esc into setup or del into setup. So I did the only other thing I could think of and I took the battery out of the motherboard for 30 minutes to reset everything. I was then able to get back into my computer. I formatted the drive I installed and had to go through the same process again. Now I look at my cd drive and it went from a CD-Rom to a BD-Rom and recognizes, no DVD, Blank or otherwise written, no CD and no music cd.

I am now also getting a "CMOS Checksum error defaults loaded"

Very confused about all of this, have any questions please ask me.

Edited by spsanderson, 17 June 2010 - 04:19 PM.

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