Question about Computers & Internet
You have to RESET BIOS.its a bit complicated do not attempt if unsure.
Remove side of computer box. there should be printed somewhere on motherboard bios reset. it could be a button or a set of 2 pins with a jumper on one pin fit jumper over both pins restart shut off computer remove jumper fit back over single pin (not get lost) reboot and see if computer boots up. go back into BIOS rest to default for first try after which set it for best
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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