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Will not boot into Bios

The motherboard will not boost past the debug code of C1. Well...it will but only twice so far out of the 30+ times I have tried. During the two times it did load, windows froze and I had to reboot. When I rebooted, it went back to doing the same thing. I don't know if this is a bios problem or what. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!!!

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Hmmm... why dont you try to reinstall your OS...maybe there's something wrong with that..^ ^

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