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Cheak jumpers pins 12 normal mode 2 and 3 pins set them on that cleaers it out for 20 scec then back on 1 and 2 pins for nomrla opertion

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Overclocked my cpu and now the computer wont turn on how to i fix this

Well, I'd suggest going into the BIOS and resetting everything to default. You must always be cautious when overclocking. If you set it too high, you may fry the CPU and maybe the motherboard. If you cannot reset the BIOS because the computer just won't even turn on, I'd suggest taking out the CMOS battery for 30 seconds. There also is a jumper on the motherboard (check your "clear CMOS" directions in the documentation) to clear the memory. You should then be OK

Jun 05, 2012 | Gigabyte GA-8S661FXM-RZ Motherboard

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My system is turn off and turn on no loading os and bios is not working motherboard is intel d102ggc2

Have you tried pressing F2 when you powered on the PC?
Ensure that the monitor displays the signal of PC and there is no issue with video signal. If there any issue, check with RAM.
1.If no, just press it to view the bios setting. Go to the third option below.
2.If yes and no display of bios, may be your BIOS ROM chip failed. Before that take the C-mos battery out and try again. Almost try to replace it or you must go for a new motherboard.
3.If yes and getting into bios, check for the hard disk detection. If it is detected, try again for booting. If it is detected and not booting, try to format. If it is not detected, try changing it into another SATA / IDE port. Still it is not detected, replace the hard disk.

Aug 19, 2011 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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Power-on password

shut down your computer remove the power plug and open the cover near the c mos battery you will see a three pin connector with two pin shorted with a jumper remove the jumper and replace the empty pin then the c mos then restart ur computer in some cases the computer may not work then switch off and replace the jumper back into the original position
it will reset the start up password

Aug 07, 2011 | Motherboards

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When i start my pc it always demand for F1 and shows CMOS setting is wrong or time and date is wrong

That usually indicates a bad CMOS battery. The CMOS battery can be replaced.

Apr 30, 2011 | Mercury Motherboards

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Reset password

All mother board has a CMOS, complementary metal oxide semiconductor, battery. The main purpose for the CMOS battery is to store the system time, date and bios settings even if the computer is turned off or the main battery dies.

Turn off the computer (laptop) unplug it. Remove the Phillips screws that secure the motherboard cover then release the cover from the clips on the bottom of the plastic casing. Lay the cover aside then locate the CMOS battery cable on the right side of the motherboard. Unplug the cable then remove the battery. After a few minutes plug the CMOS battery into the motherboard... Replace the screws then turn the computer (laptop) back over. The CMOS battery is unplugged for more than a few minutes your BIOS will be reset to the default manufacturer settings.

Apr 20, 2011 | Motherboards

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There was no beeep sound heard at the beginning Delay in turn fan power supply the Power LED on the front panel of the computer doesnt light the HDD LED on the front panel of the computer doesn't...

as i always say:
intercept all of cables of your PC case and even power cable of your monitor.
evolve battery of bios then wait for 25 minutes then connect all of cables and try turning on your PC:
1- with battery of bios
2- without battery of bios
it should work.
(this works cause the motherboard reset it's bios and start correctly again).

Jan 13, 2011 | Biostar TF7100P-M7 Motherboard

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CPU clock not working properly need to set up again and all over again.

Shut down the computer. Open the computer and check for a small Battery known as CMOS battery near the CPU (Processor). Remove it and put in a new one. Start the computer and set your time and date. Thats all.

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Boot Problem with biostar 945 GZ SE Micro Socket 775

you may have a short somewhere, maybe against the pc case or a cmos chip fault. You could have stressed the board when fitting the tv card, or the motherboard was simply faulty at purchase. You will have to reset the bios by the shorting terminals (refer to manual) as removing the battery alone does not always reset the bios.

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Can not save to bios

windows and the bios needs to know that the operating system can be shut down through windows, so when you go into the F2 or Del on boot up, go into advanced cmos setings and look for ACPI and make sure it is enabled. This sets the motherboard to support shutdown. Save and exit settings and reboot. Now go to control panel>performance and maintanance>power options and set the correct instruction for shutdown to shut the pc down. Remember evertime you remove the cmos battery or reset with jumpers you have to reset date and time and anything else you have changed to suit your set up

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