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Take the Battery out again and clean the contact points on the main board battery connector, Remove the memory and ensure your system is unplugged. Hit the power button 7 times and then replace battery and memory..
Now boot the system..
You will need to enter the bios setup by pressing the key it suggest to do that (IT WILL BE DISPLAED ON THE SCREEN)
loat the optamised or failsafe defaults, save and exit...
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
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