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All you can do is doubble check eveything. From making sure the RAM is seated, to dubble checking all the PSU power plugs are plugged in. most of the time when people swap a CPU or cooler and run into this its the CPU cooler backplate shorting things out.

yes check everything replaced rams too and slots. i think my motherboard has a problem but its only a month old.
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yes check everything replaced rams too and slots. i think my motherboard has a problem but its only a month old.

That is very possible. Some time's when a PC is giving me a weird trouble like that I will walk away for a little bit and come back to it in a few hours. I have had some stupid things keep a PC from booting...My most recent issue was due to me not pushing the RAM all the way down lol. Took about 15 min to solve but I was starting to get annoyed at it lol.
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i loaded my phenom x4 960t to my old motherboard, it has the same problem when im trying to unlock the other cores, but i can restart and press ctrl+alt+del unlike in my ud5.. any ideas how can i bypass cpu and load default settings of my CMOS of my UD5?
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i loaded my phenom x4 960t to my old motherboard, it has the same problem when im trying to unlock the other cores, but i can restart and press ctrl+alt+del unlike in my ud5.. any ideas how can i bypass cpu and load default settings of my CMOS of my UD5?

Reset the CMOS.
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Reset the CMOS.

hey please teach me how to reset cmos? thank you
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The easiest and surest way to reset the CMOS is to take out the battery on the motherboard and wait a while before reinstalling it.

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The easiest and surest way to reset the CMOS is to take out the battery on the motherboard and wait a while before reinstalling it.
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thanks ill remove my battery and wait for atleast an hour?
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hey please teach me how to reset cmos? thank you

Shut down the PC compleatly, Remove the power cord form the PSU. Open the case and remove the Motherboard Battery. Flip the switch on the back of the PSU a few time's to be safe. Then go to then Use a Screw driver OR jumper pin to short out the CLR_CMOS jumper on the mobo for a few second. After that, place the battery back in the mobo, plug the PSU back into the wall/Power strip, flip the switch on PSU back to on and turn on the PSU. Once in the BIOS you have to "Load factory Presets". All of this is lined out in page 29 of the owner hand book. You can also Download a copy from the gigabyte webside. Good Luck!
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The easiest and surest way to reset the CMOS is to take out the battery on the motherboard and wait a while before reinstalling it.
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You still have to short out the CMOS pins on the mobo;)
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Shut down the PC compleatly, Remove the power cord form the PSU. Open the case and remove the Motherboard Battery. Flip the switch on the back of the PSU a few time's to be safe. Then go to then Use a Screw driver OR jumper pin to short out the CLR_CMOS jumper on the mobo for a few second. After that, place the battery back in the mobo, plug the PSU back into the wall/Power strip, flip the switch on PSU back to on and turn on the PSU. Once in the BIOS you have to "Load factory Presets". All of this is lined out in page 29 of the owner hand book. You can also Download a copy from the gigabyte webside. Good Luck!

thanks for all your help, ill do this. thank you thank you..
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