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Boot problem all cause of pc booting.?

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If your pc wont boot at all first try to clear you BIOS
your motherboard manual will have the details on the switch location .

you can also clear the cmos by removing the battery on the motherboard.

hope this helped

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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