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SJ Danny

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I don't know what it was, Maybe a recent Virus I got (deleted) or maybe cause i was trying to add TV to my PC yesterday (Took it out).

My PC used to do this all the time. I had to get some guy to try and fix it. All he did was turn off my Auto Reset for my Overclocking. He said he didn't know what the problem was.

I think it is my Motherboard for some reason it is a "ASUS P4C800-E"

When i was trying to add the Tv Connection I guess when i added it i touched something but my Music didn't stop.
My Screen just went out it said "No Signal RBG" also when i was trying to play Battlefield 2 it was loading up the Map and as soon as it loaded and i was about to enter the screen went out again, but this time when my PC started up it said I had an Overclocking Error.

Can someone help me.

Thanks a lot :tazz:
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Try reseting your CMOS.
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