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Motherboard BIOS I've tried to clear the cmos, but i don't know for how long, guess i'm a rela dummie in this. My motherboard still doesn't beep when i plug it and from what happened when the power supply shorted, it didn't affect the motherboard or so it seems. Does anyone have any solution for this?

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Re: Motherboard BIOS

Have you tried removing the bio battery to reset the bio it might work

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Re: Motherboard BIOS

Unfortunately if you can't get in the bios, no beeps and assuming the memory is compatable with the motherboard, then the bios chip is damaged and there is no way forward apart from another board.

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