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System not booting

When i switch on my system my harddisk is booting before getting into home page system automatically gets turns off. When i press the power button in cpu, system never turns on. I have to turn off the ups and turn on again to restart the system. I have inserted Windows Xp Sp2 cd in my DVD drive and changed my cmos to boot from cd drive, but the system is not getting booted from cd. My mother board is Mercury PVM7 PRO V1.0, in my mother board where can i plug the following pins HDD Power card, LED power card.
Please help me in fixxing my problem.

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    two things... are you sure it's a bootable cd... and you have to tap a key for it to actually boot to the cd

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Remov the cmos battery and reset cmos to std

try safe mode ? tap the F8 key while booting
see if you can turn off the auto restart on system failure

R/Mouse button on My Computer (not a shortcut) L/Mouse on properties . Advanced Tag Start up and Recovery Settings Button
Untick auto restart

hope this helped

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: CMOS setting distrubed for mercury PVM7 ver 1 board

just press del to enter to the cmos and then change the date and time of cmos and press F10 to save your configeration if you start the cpu again and if you see the message "press F1 to continue and del to enter bios it time to replace your cmos battery inside of cpu is like a coin inside of your computer

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