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Mobo dies after 30 sec

When mobo powers up, "initalizing" appears along with I guess BIOS info, then the system shuts down. If I try to start it up again, nothing appears on the screen. Wait a long time and the same thing happens again. sometimes I can put it into BIOS setup mode but after 30 - 45 sec. it will die

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Hi there.
Try and clear the CMOS, it will be a little plastic coloured jumper next to the motherboard battery like this >>>>>>>
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If its there move it over for 30 seconds then put it back.
If its not there take the battery out for half an hour.
Please make sure you take the power cord from the back of the computer before taking the side panel off to get to the motherboard.
Post back if you need to and thanks for using FixYa!!

Posted on May 26, 2009

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