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When you get the BIOS POST screen you need to press either "f2" or "Del" then look for the "Default setting" selection. The chances are that the cmos battery has failed. a new one is very cheap and easy to fit. It about the size of a Quarter or a ten pence piece. Good luck.
please your monitor's switch is currently ok and warking?
second time your open the cpu couver and so the all add a smps sowaked in the motherboard add is ok. and you so the smos power
is down power you changed smos power and restart the pc and chack the ok.
I always suspect overheating first in these cases. Are the fans, especially the fan on the cpu heatsink running?
You can check the system temperatures on most systems by booting the PC and entering the BIOS setup ....often by pressing the DEL, ESC or F2 key repeatedly as it starts up (the screen will tell you . which key to press to enter setup) . In the BIOS setup navigate to the "HArdware Monitor" or "PC Health" section. Watch the CPU temperature. On idle in the BIOS setup the temperature really shouldn;t go above 40C.
If it's a lot higher than this then the CPU heatsink fan needs attention.