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Computer freez Hi i haved a 98 Pc, during start up my computer freezed at the BIOS setup and it stucks there. I try to reboot my Pc but the problem resist. Plse if possible can you please help / guide me which route must i take to keep my computer running.

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Well u could try going into ur bios befor it freezes and make it boot from the win98 cd instead of ur HDD or use a boot disk or just take ur cmos battery out and it will reset ur bios so it should work

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