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My mouse, keyboard..and most importantly

my monitor!
If you're monitor isn't getting any power then wouldn't it be a socket or surge protector problem? You do have you're monitor in the wall of surge protector right?
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If you're monitor isn't getting any power then wouldn't it be a socket or surge protector problem? You do have you're monitor in the wall of surge protector right?
Well, my monitor has power... I think I'm saying it too general, and not being descriptive. My bad!

My monitor has power, it just doesn't work as intended. The screen shows it going into Power Save, so it does have power. I do see the orange light which is small and faded, and it's not off or green (Which are the two other options).

My keyboard and mouse do not have any light that would indicate they are on, at least my monitor works - but not as intended.
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You mean no input? Strip out all excess components and try then
    
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You mean no input? Strip out all excess components and try then
Let me explain my problem to you:

My OS got corrupt, from shutting down my computer improperly.

So I got a message when booting up my computer (at this time, my CRT light is green - indicating picture is shown & my mouse and keyboard are functioning as intended). I decided to remove parts from my computer to inspect them, because my side-panel has been open for months (I assumed dust gathered up and I had free time to clean). I found an extreme amount of dust (made up a wall) in-between my fans and my H50's radiator. I also removed a ring-of-solid-dust from my GPU's fan. I proceeded to turn on my computer, and it started up normal!!! Where did the BOOTMGR screen go? That message never showed up again. Whenever my computer boots up properly, it freezes. The screen is frozen, and the m ouse cursor doesn't move. When I'm unsuccessful booting up my computer, there is an orange light on my monitor (indicating the power button was pushed, but it's not green indicating I'm getting the proper picture - it shows a small box and inside it says Power Save Mode) and my mouse and keyboard don't work.


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post #15 of 23
Unplug all of you're SSD's and HDD's, Reset CMOS, Boot to either windows CD or windows USB, Plug in all of the drives and reinstall windows.
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post #16 of 23
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Unplug all of you're SSD's and HDD's, Reset CMOS, Boot to either windows CD or windows USB, Plug in all of the drives and reinstall windows.
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Unplug all of you're SSD's and HDD's, Reset CMOS, Boot to either windows CD or windows USB, Plug in all of the drives and reinstall windows.
I haven't used the CMOS for a long time, and I forgot what it does.

Doesn't it re-flash my motherboard to the original BIOS? If that's the case, I do not want to do that..Because my CPU will not be recognized and I would need to by a temporary one. Not sure if it's possible to use the EZ-Flash option on my motherboard if the BIOS is set to the one it originally came with (meaning my CPU would not be recognized if it was brought back to original BIOS).


What does resetting the CMOS do?

If I were to guess... (since I used it before)
It resets my overclock, and my BIOS.

And the reason I haven't agreed to it just yet, is because I have to acquire an OS to do what you asked of me
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post #18 of 23
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I haven't used the CMOS for a long time, and I forgot what it does.

Doesn't it re-flash my motherboard to the original BIOS? If that's the case, I do not want to do that..Because my CPU will not be recognized and I would need to by a temporary one. Not sure if it's possible to use the EZ-Flash option on my motherboard if the BIOS is set to the one it originally came with (meaning my CPU would not be recognized if it was brought back to original BIOS).


What does resetting the CMOS do?

If I were to guess... (since I used it before)
It resets my overclock, and my BIOS.

And the reason I haven't agreed to it just yet, is because I have to acquire an OS to do what you asked of me
Resetting the CMOS will only reset the BIOS back to it's stock settings. It will not flash it back to the previous version.

As for the OS download Linux.
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post #19 of 23
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Resetting the CMOS will only reset the BIOS back to it's stock settings. It will not flash it back to the previous version.

As for the OS download Linux.
The thing is.. when my computer booted up properly (it does do it here and there, just not often) I can chose to press F1 (run current settings) or F2 (to run Default settings and continue). So what's the difference of pressing the CMOS and hitting F2 to have my BIOS settings set to default?

I'm also curious on how easy Linux is to install, and how easy it is to operate and install items.

How sure are you about pressing the CMOS button and having the current BIOS version not be effected? I'm just paranoid it will happen, and I would have to buy a Sempron 140 (which is probably like $5, but still - I'm just feeling out my options).


EDIT: By the way, +Rep to you. Thanks for helping.
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The thing is.. when my computer booted up properly (it does do it here and there, just not often) I can chose to press F1 (run current settings) or F2 (to run Default settings and continue). So what's the difference of pressing the CMOS and hitting F2 to have my BIOS settings set to default?

I'm also curious on how easy Linux is to install, and how easy it is to operate and install items.

How sure are you about pressing the CMOS button and having the current BIOS version not be effected? I'm just paranoid it will happen, and I would have to buy a Sempron 140 (which is probably like $5, but still - I'm just feeling out my options).


EDIT: By the way, +Rep to you. Thanks for helping.
1. Not too sure TBH. I would just reset the CMOS just the same though.

2. Well to Install it is really easy. Too operate and install items well that's a little harder. There are easier versions too like Mint.

3. 100% sure.

4. Thanks

Edit: Don't hit the reset CMOS button. I hear it sometimes doesn't actually clear the CMOS. On the motherboard somewhere you should see a battery. Unplug the power cord from the PSU, take out the battery, wait 30 seconds, re-seat battery, and then turn on.
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