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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Your CPU may have a problem
Have you removed all memory, other cards and unhooked all other drives to see if a short exists there? With a 300W PS some other component may be pulling too much that the CPU can't start so it tells you the problem is with the CPU or The CPU its refering to is on the video card? Good Luck, Tim
Posted on Feb 10, 2007
SOURCE: Asus P4B Motherboard
Press DEL to enter setup and set Reset to Defaults in Exit menu. If you have USB keyboard, make sure you enable Legacy USB and USB keyboard settings, save and exit and reboot.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
This message is usually accompanied by another more explicit, like: "Memory changed from 1GB to 2GB. Press F1 to continue". The message should display and go away after pressing F1. Since you cannot press F1 because the keys do nothing, chances are your keyboard is disconnected, which should display a message indicating this failure.
Try pressing the ScrLk (Scroll Lock) key as messages are being displayed to catch all
messages (they go by quickly) and stop them before they disappear.
If that's the case, then reconnect the keyboard and try again.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
You will need to press delete and keep tapping it as soon as you turn it on. You should then be in the BIOS, look around for an option that is similar to "Reset to Default Settings" and use that option. If you are still experiencing that problem, try clearing the CMOS by unplugging the power cord from your computer, take the battery on the motherboard out for at least 10 seconds, then put them all back it.
If it is still not working, you can use another computer to find the BIOS Update/Firmware for that motherboard. Make a bootable floppy disc and then flash the BIOS. That information can be found in the motherboard manual.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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