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Hi, I've got a Gigabyte t3500 that only starts up to the main gigabyte screen and then restarts again up until the gigabyte screen.

Can't get it to start up to windows. If I start it up and it comes to the main Gigabyte screen it restarts automatically. Please if anyone can assist me on how to start it up till by windows. Thanx

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The BIOS is not configured properly, it may have become corrupted if it is being Shadowed. Clear the BIOS and load the defaults. There will be a 3-pin connector with a jumper on 2 of the pins; near the 5v battery on the board. It may not be adjacent, but usually is close. Label CLRTC often. Unplug the power cord, remove the battery, move the jumper to the other 2 pins for 30-seconds. Put it back, replace the batter and plug-in cord and try it.

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