Question about Intel Motherboard
Lets assume the battery is clear of susspection and i have done the clear cmos what else can it be?
Power down the power supply and remove the power cord from the motherboard and press in the power button for 15 seconds to discharge all of the esd then plug the cord back into the motherboard and plug in the powersupply cord and try to reboot and see what happnes ok please let me know how this turns out i can give you a lot more ideas ok best regards mike
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