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GA-G31MX-S2 Motherboard

Will never boot until I clear CMOS,    E6750 cpu, Crucial memory, 80 gig serial HD, onboard graphics and sound, tried safe mode and optimised defaults in BIOS, updated BIOS and Chipset, have all windows updates, memory is on compatible list.   Removed power cord and cleared CMOS using pins and also by removing battery.     -- CONFUSION--  Please Help

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Most windows boot issues can be fixed by running chkdsk /f from a dos boot disk or from windows repair console (on OS Installation CD)

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Try changing your CMOS Battery the CR2032...

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