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Disconnect the 24 pin power from the motherboard. Then remove the battery and press the power button to disipate any residual power. Then set the clear mos jumper and leave it until tomorow. Then put it back together and see if it boots with bios defaults.
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post #22 of 26
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Disconnect the 24 pin power from the motherboard. Then remove the battery and press the power button to disipate any residual power. Then set the clear mos jumper and leave it until tomorow. Then put it back together and see if it boots with bios defaults.
Why would you leave it until tommorow, if you set the BIOS jumper to clear, it's instantly gone. Also, taking out the battery without power already clears the BIOS, you're suggesting two things that does the same thing.

What you should do is take out the 24 pin power connector from the mobo, take out your battery, plug the 24 pin power connector back in, and boot up.

NOTE: This clears your bios so all your overclocks and every setting is put back to default, including you disable the floppy drive. So after you do this, go right into bios and disable your floopy. Then boot up, after everything is stable, then put your overclocks back up.
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post #23 of 26
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Why would you leave it until tommorow, if you set the BIOS jumper to clear, it's instantly gone. Also, taking out the battery without power already clears the BIOS, you're suggesting two things that does the same thing.

What you should do is take out the 24 pin power connector from the mobo, take out your battery, plug the 24 pin power connector back in, and boot up.

NOTE: This clears your bios so all your overclocks and every setting is put back to default, including you disable the floppy drive. So after you do this, go right into bios and disable your floopy. Then boot up, after everything is stable, then put your overclocks back up.
Nope.

I once that as you do now. But it takes a while to clear the bios. I've tried waiting 1-2-4-6-8 hours before. And not until I waited 12 hours would it clear.

The clear method you are talking about resets the bios defaults. But the long clear I mentioned will reset a corrupted bios.

Trust me...
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post #24 of 26
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Nope.

I once that as you do now. But it takes a while to clear the bios. I've tried waiting 1-2-4-6-8 hours before. And not until I waited 12 hours would it clear.

The clear method you are talking about resets the bios defaults. But the long clear I mentioned will reset a corrupted bios.

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Nope.

I once that as you do now. But it takes a while to clear the bios. I've tried waiting 1-2-4-6-8 hours before. And not until I waited 12 hours would it clear.

The clear method you are talking about resets the bios defaults. But the long clear I mentioned will reset a corrupted bios.

Trust me...
Weird, I guess I never had a corrupted bios, just had to set back to defaults. kayz, if you say so.
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okay guys good news (ericod got it right but i got the info from evga.com forum) i reset the bios by reseting the jumper, then i downloaded the latest version of the 780i bios (p03) and updated that. Then all was good, i almost had to reformat though cause i was in raid so it wasn't recognizing my OS, but once i enabled raid in bios all was good. Thank You to ALL for your concern and help and problem solving....rep+ ALL AROUND!

a simple task for something to do in the morning at 10:00 am on a Saturday took the greater part of my day, lol i guess ill have to be more careful next time.....even though i still don't know what happen but somehow my bios became corrupt. I was very close to RMA-ing.
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