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My motherboard powers but it cannot load the bios screen? what's the problem?

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  • jimnahthuku May 13, 2009

    i have disassembled the whole board and still it won't load nothin.

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For your kind information u shold take classes of pc maintainance and this problem is belonging form some hardwares such as:- proceessor, ic, transistor, and at last you shold clean your board and you should change your cimos bitarry.

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Check you video or video drivers and then the memory. Did you flash the BIOS and is the processor seated properly...just some things to check.

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