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My motherboard BIOS is not starting

I bought a new motherboard and a new power supply, and when i turned them on my power supply blew, but nothing happened to the motherboard. I've tried a new power supply and it worked. Now the motherboard turns on, everything that is connected to it works, but BIOS doesn't start. Normally when it does it sounds a beep, but there's nothing happening, and it doesn't even turns the screen on. Please help!!

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Re: My motherboard BIOS is not starting

Look for the CLRCMOS or CLR or JBAT1 terminals. These are the cmos settings and may need to be cleared, so refer to your motherboard manual for which one you have. Although what has probably happened is that when the PSU blew it may well have shorted the cmos chip which cannot be repaired, or damaged the graphics.

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