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You have to unplug the power cable, open the desktop's caseand locate on the motherboard a small round battery like that
Remove the battery and try 3-4 times to power up the system (with the power cable unplugged) for the capacitors to discharge. Wait some minutes. Put the battery back at it's case. Plug the power cable back. Start the system and get into bios settings, locate the "load bios default" and do it. Set up the rest settings (date, time, boot order e.t.c.) as you wish. Save and reboot.
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