Question about MSI K7N2 (MS-6570) Motherboard
I accidentally changed something to start in agp and can't get video or a hard drive crunch anymore..... I was overclocking and accidentally hit a wrong key..... oops!!!!
If you're unable to enter your BIOS, or if you set a system password in
the BIOS but forgot it, you might be able to fix the problem by
clearing the CMOS memory. On some motherboards, this requires you to
turn off and unplug your PC, disconnect the CMOS battery for a few
hours, replace the battery, and turn on your PC again. Other
motherboards have a CMOS clear jumper pin that you must move to a
temporary position and then return it to its original position.
Post back if you still need more help.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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