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Bios problem my computer not boot correctly the error display intel s2945g chipset svga bios.... DECOMPILATION OR DISASSEMBLY PROHIBITED.. ill try to reset, battery, but its repeat and repeat.. how can i fix it Whenever I try to start my computer, all I get is a description of the BIOS together with a message that says DECOMPILATION. I cannot move on from there What does that mean and how can I fix it?

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Are you using the ON BOARD video output? or are you using an external video card?
Was the computer working and you installed SOFTWARE to enhance something?

I will assume the you know how to get into the BIOS setup to tell your cpu the diffenrnt configurations?!!
1st)Replace the VGA video card with anything...does not have to be FANCY, FANCE. and reboot...same problem? not the same problem?
2nd) take everything out of the desktop except memory and boot up.
continue adding hardware (one at a time) and reboot. If the message comes up..AFTER you've installed a hardware....that is the problem.

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