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Bios problem The pc refuses to boot, nothing on the screen the monitor does'nt display even a blmack screen. all this is caused by some changes of the Bios settings. I have removed the battery and used the cmos clear jumper without any result.

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It's okay I have found the cause of all this, the problem was in the RAM which has been made  out of order by some settings of the speed parameters in the bios. Anyway thank you ginko for your help. peace be upon you. salamo alaykom 

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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Looks like the Motherboard is fried
Disconnect all devices from motherboard, try starting motherboard only with PSU, RAM, CPU and CPU fan , eventually Video adapter if you use PCI one.
If it does the same easiest thing to do is replacing motherboard.
The bios eprom can be re-programmed at a repair shop, but today, as motherboards are not too expensive, it is difficult to find a shop that does this job.
Better replacing the motherboard.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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