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Phoenix Award Bios Post Code 75.

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My computer that I have has started to not boot up as of lately.
During the BIOS Black screen at startup it starts a memory test, finishes and does nothing else.
It just stays there on screen with the post code 75 on the top right.
However I cannot press DEL to go into the settings. It does nothing.

What can I do to solve this.

Note: I cannot boot the computer as it won't load any farther.
Also, can this issue be solved without dropping any money for parts/hardware?

Any help would be highly regarded.

Edited by Matt.Mcinnes, 13 July 2012 - 12:40 PM.

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I can't find any reference to a Phoenix BIOS post code 75.

Try this though.

Remove the power cord
Remove the CMOS battery
Press and hold the power button for 10 sec9onds to drain all capacitors
Install CMOS battery
Connect power cord
Power up

See what happens.
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