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In my motherboard i changed some setting ..my mother board is D865GVHZ ........i cant see any thing when i restart .....now i cant even see the boot options when i press F2 ... or by any reset key in motherboard . help plz ... . is there any way to reset it to factory default

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Take out the watch battery for five minutes and short the battery terminals on the board this will rest the the bios and hopefully this will undo what you did

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When i am try to install windows my pc geting hang or stuk & in some time it was give me a blue scree error i am try to change my all parts except D865GVHZ board if any solution is there in your hand...


  • you have to install OS by a Bootable CD, Insert the CD and restart your PC
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Hi,
If everything was working fine before, and you flashed bios unsuccessfully, then yes, if would be a bios problem.

If you didn't flash the bios you should check the connections on your monitor. If that's okay then check your memory, hard drive and cpu.

Good luck,
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change ur battery cell on mother board,,,after inserting new battery....set boot sequence...ur settings wil never lost next time

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After updated your bios, did you check the boot sequence?
it might have been changed. Go in to the bios again and check so the boot setting is pointed that your pc starts from your HDD.
If you trying to reinstall the OS you should change tye boot to start from you cd-drive.

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Restarting computer frequently


yeah it is the generic problem of d845gbv, for boot setting change the motherboard battery.

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some times that is due to a bad heater zink that colds down the prosessor so you have to be sure that is properly seat with the compound on top de prosessor to avoid air gaps that is a thermo protection from the prsessor.... than check the memory on the slots for proper attachment

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