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My computer wont reboot in any mode

I have a azus amd athlon 2400+duo core what could be the problem i assume in the bios settings that i myself by playing around with things i dont know enough about that set wrong that could possibly be put right anything you sugest i will welcome,alan,wales,uk

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If it wont boot because you played with the BIOS settings, try resetting the CMOS. Turn off the computer, unplug the power cord, open the PC, look for the CMOS reset jumper(it is near the CMOS battery or just look at your manual for a clearer location. It has three pins). At default the jumper is placed at pins 1 and 2. Move it to pins 2 and 3. Wait for a minute. Then place it back to pins 1 and 2. Or you could take off the the CMOS battery and wait for maybe 5 minutes.

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