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Computer Monitor Switched OFF By BIOS SETTINGS

I accidently switched off my Monitor Display by the BIOS Setting. Now My computer is working but my monitor is not showing anything.
How do i Revert it back????

PLZ HELP

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  • abhisar2006 Dec 14, 2008

    Thanx But you see i cant see a thing on my monitor.



    if there are any shortcuts then i might be able to do it.



    the computer works fine but the only thing is in the display

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You will need to reset your BIOS setting to its default.

Every motherboard is equip with a jumper called clrtc (Clear RTC), look in your motherboard manual to find out how to use it to reset your BIOS. Or if you know the type of your motherboard, please share it.

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