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After I installed a new memory chip (DDR), my computer is not loading...

When I replaced it with an old one - it still doesn't load, beep.
CPU fan works, CD driver works, but bios has no signs of life.

Before all this happened I had the "CMOS battery low" message on every boot.
Tried to change CMOS battery - it didn't help

What else can I do?

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Go onto your motherboard and look for the bios jumper,move the jumper to the reset mode but make sure theres no power leads in,and set it to clear semos,for at least an hour,fingers crossed this should help..

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Here's your geek-steer ...

Those beeps you hear ... they are a very, very good thing. It's a pre-coded little diagnostic result report your motherboard (MB) is trying to tell you about in the only language she knows.

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Link to MSI: http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=manual&maincat_no=1&prod_no=237

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