Reset CMOS - This will clear your BIOS and put it back into factory default.
1. Locate a circular silver battery on your motherboard.
2. Remove that battery
3. Let it sit there without the battery for minute or longer
4. Put back in the battery and boot back up.
See if this helps.
|You probably set your RAM for something they could not handle. That will usually lock up the POST and not allow you in windows...A low vcore will usually start to load windows and then restart.|
I always liked to back down the RAM w/ divider to find the max I could get CPU at. Then find the same w/ RAM. Then I just found an even middle point.