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Hey guys i have recently borught a epox ep-4beav motherboard second hand and wen i go to turn it on theres a beep but sounds like all computers wen they start but after it does the system check it say that i have to use the defult cmos and to enter the cmos and make sure i save it so the options i have is f1 to contunie or delete to enter cmos i try to enter cmos but nathing happens so i try f1 but still nathing happens any suggstions

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  • sam001 Jun 17, 2008

    i press delete but nathing happens? any other ideads

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  1. Enter the BIOS by pressing DEL button.
  2. Once BIOS screen is loaded scan the options and look for LOAD BEST DEFAULTS.
  3. Once default settings is loaded save changes by pressing F10. (Or try to find the save / quit option from menu )
  4. Just don't forget to save changes

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