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No...do you have to do that?
It sure wouldn't hurt to try it....

I usually do when I'm switching CPU's.... just as a precaution.
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I'm not sure where my 'clear CMOS' button is, would it be on the back of the motherboard? (Where your USB plug inputs are and such) or can I just remove the battery?
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I'm not sure where my 'clear CMOS' button is, would it be on the back of the motherboard? (Where your USB plug inputs are and such) or can I just remove the battery?

I have already told you where the Clear bios Jumper is located on your board.
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post #14 of 28
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I'm not sure where my 'clear CMOS' button is, would it be on the back of the motherboard? (Where your USB plug inputs are and such) or can I just remove the battery?
You can just remove the battery if you like. Then pop it back in after a couple minutes. This will clear the CMOS.

The CMOS 'button' isn't always a 'button'. In fact it's usually comprised of three jumping pins, with a jumper plugged on two of them.

When you move that jumper from say, pins 1+2 to pins 2+3 and let it sit for a minute, this will effectively clear the CMOS settings allowing you to reconfigure a default BIOS configuration. But before you reboot, you should replace the jumper back to the original pins, so as to save any following changes you make once you return to your BIOS settings.
    
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Ah, I found it. So, let this stay off for a minute, and keep it off when going into the BIOS, but put it back on before I reboot?
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Okay, we're getting somewhere! The motherboard isn't displaying a red LED or rebooting automatically anymore, but it still won't boot (It won't display the menu to enter the BIOS or load Windows) should I put the jumper back? :S
*Edit* tried that I get the problem from before :/
Edited by MadSupra354 - 10/14/11 at 11:04am
post #17 of 28
With power off and PSU disconnected from outlet, you put the CMOS jumper in clear position for anywhere from several seconds to a minute or two.... then replace it to normal position, reconnect PSU to outlet, and then power up to reboot....

That should be the order of procedure.
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With power off and PSU disconnected from outlet, you put the CMOS jumper in clear position for anywhere from several seconds to a minute or two.... then replace it to normal position, reconnect PSU to outlet, and then power up to reboot....

That should be the order of procedure.
This is true, I failed to mention this on the speculation that the OP knew this, my apologies OP.
    
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post #19 of 28
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Before I boot, should I use 1 4-pin CPU connector or 2?
post #20 of 28
oh boy..this could be bad..
proper cmos clearing:
1:unplug the psu
2.pop the battery out
3:wait 35seconds
4)put battery back in
5)plug psu back in and boot

use 2 connectors..also..try turning your monitor off and on
 
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