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No display when bios setting is normal. but when setting is changed display is com.

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Your ciom bettry has been loosepls repalce it then u can set bois setting motherbaord will be give display.

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    Turn on your computer. If your computer is already on then reboot it. You need to see the initial display screen to get into the BIOS.

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    Click the dropdown menu & click on your operating system. Than click Search. Asus list all drivers, manuals, FAQ's ect.
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