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Still odd warning sound when starting the computer

When i am trying to start my computer, it just makes odd and really anoying and loud warning beeb sounds.. beebs last like second or two and then theres a little longer silence part but the computer wont start.

Bought a new cpu and cpu fan. Tried everyone of my memory chips one at the time.. and STILL nothing.. the same beeb comes over and over again.. i know that this problem is about my bios settings, about overclocking but how on earth i can revert these settings without actually getting into the bios? Help me please, going crazy!

Could all my memory chips be broken or something.. thats all i can think about this..

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  • anttivalli91 Feb 03, 2009

    resetting cmos helpd :) thanks!

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Reset your CMOS...

If you don't have a Jumper to reset the CMOS, pull out your power cord, open the computer, and pull out the motherboard's battery leaving it out for about a day (Don't plug in the computer's power cord during this time period). About 24 hours later plug the computer's power cord back in and try a boot (Don't put the battery back in to your motherboard at this time).

If this problem persists check manuals to see if there is a method to reset the CMOS by moving a jumper. If there is not such a method available you might have to send the motherboard back to the manufacturer requesting the BIOS ROM chip be replaced. Depending on if you're still under warranty or not you might have to pay a small fee.

If at any time the boot is successful, enter the BIOS and save the default settings. Afterward shut down, pull out the power cord, and place your battery back in to the motherboard.

Hopefully you get it fixed.

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