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Blank screen I changed the cpu setting in the bios now nothing comes up on the screen so I reset the cmos setting but still nothing can you help

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  • cheryl1258 Apr 23, 2009

    Thank you but I fixed it I unplugged it from the wall took the battery out and moved the jumper, left it that way for an hour, then plug it in, put battery in, moved jumper back and it works fine now

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Well you might need a whole new cpu, you could have possible damaged it, so call your it guy that you can find on the asus site and see if they can help. You might have to send it in though...

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