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GA-7VKMLS MOTHERBOARD It starts up but i get nothing on screen how do i reset cmos jumpers?

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You can do it one of two ways:

1. Remove the plug from your computer, then look for the CMOS batter is circular between the size of quarter and a nickel. Remove this and the plug for about 30 secs then put them both back in this should clear it.

2. Most motherboard has a cmos jumper that will clear the bios settings. Check your manual for the exact jumper and setting.

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First u clear the cmos means beside the battery there is one jumper with 3pins (2 pins are shorted with jumper)

U put the jumper in 2,3 position in system off mode keep some sec's time and kept the jumper as usaual.

Then u check the system ,if no display pl change the PSU

Pl try it

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