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I tried to rest the bios and take all components off the motherboard still nothing happen just freeze on cursor flashing but not enter to the boot menu or starting the setup for the new system... but when i release the devices such like usb or the cd its working normally boot to the system i installed before thanks
You didn't provide any details on what OS you are running or trying to load, but here are some steps to verify.
1. Ensure that the procedures you used to create your bootable USB device or bootable CD are correct. These will not boot unless they have a boot loader installed properly on them.
2. While running your existing system, ensure that you can actually view the files on your USB device or CD (in case either device is not actually working).
3. Ensure that the BIOS settings set the boot priority to USB or CD ahead of the hard drive.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Freezes @ Mobo Splash Screen
you have i would say a corrupt bios, if it can't even select the splash screen, i'm assuming that you have tried to reset the cmos by means of the relevant jumpers, either JBAT1, CLRCMOS or CLRCLK or similair. If so and still nothing, when you built the system you may have stressed the board fitting the heatsink and fan or the memory causing the mobo bios chip to fault or it is simply a manufacturer fault and therefore up for exchange of faulty goods.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
first try to clean you mother board with anty dust spray
secound on your motherboard you can see clear comos junber behind the battery comos try to clear it ...... i think your motherboard will workink after that
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
SOURCE: problem regarding usb booting
the hard drive registered in the standard cmos utility is the only one that could be registered for boot in advanced cmos setup and no other, if your usb hard drive and pen drive could be registered in the advanced cmos setup - where boot options are registered, surely it will boot your pc.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
SOURCE: Booting up new motherboard
You need to check that your media like CD-ROM is in a proper jumper settings because it not being detected by your pc check this link http://www.mysuperpc.com/pc_assembly/computer_install_cdrom.shtml
then try it again.......
Hope that helps........
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Hello, you usually press 'delete' or maybe the tab key on power-up. Try and read the message that will flash up on the screen, usually momentarily, just before it starts to boot. Instead of powering down then back on, press your 'restart' button then you might see the messages that you may have missed if your monitor was still warming up. Regards, nicam49
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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