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Other board i have mother board.display is come but not install any other seting bios,cmos and windows.

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  • Lynn Carmody May 11, 2010

    Please explain your situation more clearly. For example: What mother board do you have? What is the name of the computer? (ie: Make/ Model) Did you buy it new? used? did it ever boot up and run without issues? If so, what can you recall as far as events prior to problems? Thank You... Lynn:)

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Give more details Sir

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Install any opratins system
1.insert bootable CD in cdrom .
2.boot from cd.
3.format your hardisk partition or creat partition and then format it.
4.setup the files.
5.follow the instruction.
I think problem could be solved.

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