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How did you get load to fail safe mode in cmos? Was there an option for Last good known configuration? Try a new cmos battery leaving the old one out for like 30 min. Push the power button and quickly hold down del key until you see a blue screen which is the bios. Usually at the bottom of the screen you will see options. Find "load default settings" select it / F10 save and exit.
Also make sure the cpu is set with the correct speed. Over clocking may cause this. Or when you pulled the plug it can change a lot of settings. Hopefully you didn't short anything on your board when this happened. If all fails have board/cpu checked out. But if you haven't messed with the cpu settings in the bios before you should be able to at least get into bios. I'd try a new cmos battery first, possibly memory second then board/cpu. Good Luck Again.....
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Go to the manufactures site of *********** board and get the wiring diagram. It's not as scary as it seems. You can try looking for the wire you may have unplugged. It will have the same amount of pin plugs unless its more than one wire. If so usually if you look on the black plug on the wire it should have an abbreviation like hdd, restart, power light ect.....
Do you think it was your power plugs?
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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