Question about Biostar M6VLR PLE133T Socket 370 mATX MB w/Vid (M6VLRA027N293) Motherboard

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Not booting up

Good day

My PC was not used for 5 days. On re-starting, the PC gives long beeps and does not boot up.
Monitor - 'No Signal'
Removed all the external cards (LAN + telephone modem) - No change
Removed one of two HHDs (one at a time) - No change
Removed FDD - No change
Removed CD drive - No change
Removed and refitted RAM - No change.

MB - M6VLR Ver 3.0

Please advise. Thanks

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You need to reset bios.
Open cpu cabinet and pull cmos cell from motherbord chipset for 15 minutes then all settings are factory defaults.
Aslo you can reset settings with jumper settings .
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