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How to correct problem during boot up

My pc can no longer boot up after i change some bios settings

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You should be able to go back-in and reverse your changes.
alternatively there are two other options.
1. Most BIOS have an option to 'load system defaults' or similar, which should get you back up and running, though you might have to change other settings to get it back to where you began your changes.
2. There is a a Jumper on the Motherboard that you can move slightly which will perform the same function. Some models require that the CMOS battery be removed for this task, most built in the past 5 yrs or so do not.

Without knowing what Motherboard you put in this 'shell', there would be no way to point you to the manual or the Jumper's location.

Posted on Nov 13, 2014

Testimonial: "May i know where i can find serial number of the motherboard and how does it looks like?; (how many digit if numeric) i have seen a sticker with labelled V2.00 its near the battery.."

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    Axiom Media Support Nov 13, 2014

    you are looking for the MODEL number, not the Serial number. Check near the RAM slots, often it is near there, or between them. Unfortunately, the MFRs put them in different places, but should be in noticeably larger font and bolded to set it apart from other labels around it.

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    Wilfredo Bontia Nov 13, 2014

    kindly check image for more details..

  • Axiom Media Support
    Axiom Media Support Nov 13, 2014

    well....THAT is called a CPU-card and pluggs into a 'backplane'.....NOT a motherboard. The image is too blurry form me to see it when I enlarge, but I would surmize that the yellow jumper to the left of the battery is likely used to clear the BIOS, cant' be sure though. did this come with your PC ? can you contact avantech for a link to the manual for this ? The one I found is jjust for the case, not for the PC cards themselves.

  • Wilfredo Bontia
    Wilfredo Bontia Nov 14, 2014

    Yes it comes with my PC in which drive one of our machine..Actually we are one of the SEMICON Machine supplier and we have this PC of your company were using for almost more than a thousand machine we were able to supply to our customer..I just worried as of this moment knowing your PC is easily got damage..our customer encounter this type of failure to their 3 machines..Anyway, thanks for your help and i will inform my mother company(ASMPT) for this..

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