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Cmos settings issue - Gigabyte MB

I have a gigabyte motherboard and I altered a cmos setting and now my keyboard, mouse and monitor do not work. I think it was some sort of power setting. How do I resolve this? or reset the cmos? anything really to help me would be appreciated. Thanks

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Reset the Cmos and it will revert to the default settings. You can then gradually bump up your settings until you find a stable platform and performs the way you would like. Hope this helps.

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