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I have problem with BIOS

When i am working with my pc suddenly it gave some error in that it said that there is some problem with BIOS, and asked to restart the system, i restarted it manually from then on words it is not booting, no beep sound, but the hard disk light is continuously glowing, where is the problem i m not able to justify it.

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  • sridharasant Feb 16, 2009

    thanks for giving solution.

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You can take out the battery in the board for atleast half an hour and remember "DO NOT TURN ON WITHOUT BATTERY"

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Mate it could be any number of problems that are messing up your system.. try booting into BIOS by tapping F2 or Del key as soon as the system starts.. if the bios aint even booting then the situation might be grim.. try booting in BIOS. Please post what happens then so as to proceed further ;-)

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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