Question about ASUS M2N-VM DVI - Motherboard - micro ATX - GeForce 7050PV - Socket AM2 - UDMA133, Serial ATA-300
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well it seems like that the cmos battery is down. You need to do the following
Change the CMOS battery,
Enter into bios and change the date and time properly,
Save and exit bios.
Now you should be able start your computer in windows.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
It is unlikely that your CPU is damaged
You need to enter the BIOS and turn off chassis intrusion.
It is an option in the bios that is only useful if you have the switch on the computer case that supports it otherwise it will give you the error you see if enabled
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
first you have to check the RAM,, then mother board or processor,, ,,, make sure the pc while booting memory check is going with out problem..s
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
The pc lock has been activated. A keyboard has a set of lock pins on it that is right in the same pin group as the pwr switch, reset, spkr....ETC... It is there so that if someone wants to make sure that the case of the pc is not opened they connect the pins to a lock. It is there to secure the info on the HD, or to keep theives from taking ram or video cards, ETC....
it usually is just sulkscreened as "lock". The bios hsa a secruity setting to activate the lock. Make sure that the pins for the lock are not connected to a lock, and go to your bios by pressing the del key or F1 key on bootup and make sure that the lock is deactivated..... Thant should solve it, If worse comes to worse, find the BIOS reset jumpers and short tem out, this will reset the BIOS to factory settings, which by default is "UNLOCKED"
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Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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