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Booting, Bios Problem


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chri5

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All of a sudden, the Computer stops booting right after I turned it on and shows me this:
Pheonix Bios blablabla
Resource conflict: PCI in slot 03
Bus: 02, Device: OB, Function: 00

???
When I hit "F1" for "Resume" it boots normally.

I am not aware that I changed any connections and what connection causes this?

Thanks a lot for the help.
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Boot the PC and then keep tapping the delete key until you enter set up, look for load BIOS defaults to see if this clears it

You may need to press F10 to save and exit then type Y to confirm then press enter
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Hi,
thanks for the answer, I did that already (forgot to mention) and it's still the same.
Anything else that could cause this?
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Look through these

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;310126

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;307970

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;283658
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Thank you, I will do that! ;-)
:-)))
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O.K. there's nothing wrong in the device manager, so my Computer is still doin it.
Is there prolly anything I have to change in the BIOS?
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