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I came home today to find my PC on the "Windows has ecountered an error last time it tryed to start up" page. I clicked start windows normally and well it froze. i then procceded to turn the power on and off of my PC but i could not get it to boot, what i mean is all the fans were spinning and i could hear my HD and DVD drive working but i did not get any Picture on my monitor. Also after a few seconds my GPU fan normally go quiet but it does not anymore it just stay on really loud. After about 10 restarts i got it to boot and i can a message saying "please restore BIOS" or summin and told me to insert disk. I did so and it told me to restart my computer. But it powered down and now i wont boot like it wasnt booting before. There are no Beep only the lights and sounds of my fans.

Im really lost so any ideas wouold be great
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post #2 of 27
Seem like you have Corrupt BIOS

1.Turn the Power off and unplug the Power cord.
2.Pop the battery on Motherboard out for a few seconds.
3.Put battery back in.
4.Now power back up again.

That should set the BIOS back to default. If it is in fact corrupted BIOS.

You can also set the BIOS back by using the jumpers on the motherboard. Your Motherboard manual should show exactly where that is located.
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post #3 of 27
Check for "Chip Creep". Many times I had this problem and reseating the ram and cpu or any other connections to the board worked for me.
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Take out the CMOS battery for 10mins....you'll be fine after that.
 
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post #5 of 27
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Originally Posted by ErmaC View Post
Check for "Chip Creep". Many times I had this problem and reseating the ram and cpu or any other connections to the board worked for me.
agreed,there can be a number of issues causing this to be honest. It's happened to me by OC'ing my rig to high I've even had a bad OC kill my boot file...whoops.
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agreed,there can be a number of issues causing this to be honest. It's happened to me by OC'ing my rig to high I've even had a bad OC kill my boot file...whoops.
what exactly do u mean why chip creep i tryed to battery out for 1 min ill try ten mins
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post #7 of 27
heat may have caused your CPU or RAM or anything connected to your board to lose contact and cause "chip creep". I would try to take your cpu out of the motherboard and put it back in, do the same with your ram too.
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post #8 of 27
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what exactly do u mean why chip creep i tried to battery out for 1 min ill try ten mins
moving the PC around, maybe it gets nudged sometimes. The memory and such can unseat a bit. Not highly likely, but it could happen. Don't forget to try the jumpers as well. Refer to your manual to find out exactly where it is located.
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im resets the CMOS now and i really dont want to reset my CPU unless thats the last option as i used all my Thermal paste up
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im resets the CMOS now and i really dont want to reset my CPU unless thats the last option as i used all my Thermal paste up
yeah hold off on that until you troubleshoot the rest.
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