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Remove the CPU and CMOS battery from their sockets and press the power button of the chasis without connecting the power cable for 1.5minutes. After that place the CPU back into its socket and connect the power cable then power on the PC, it should power on and boot. After powering on Setup the BIOS settings and shutdown the computer and place the CMOS battery then you will be good to go.
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