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I would reset the cmos battery. Go into bios and set all settings back to "default".
The cmos is the round watch like battery on the motherboard. Be careful not to touch anything else if your not familiar with this procedure. Take it out for about 3 min. Then restart your pc and hold down the delete key (may be another key). Once in bios screen I think it's F5 or F6, please read screen carefully to be sure which is the "load default" setting.
This will at least put the pc back to factory default settings free of any users settings.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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