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Motherboard when i switch on my pc it goes directly to bios.gives me an error message "chassis been tamper with or removed" i cant seem to find any setting in bios or on the motherboard what could be the solution

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  • stephan van vuuren Jan 19, 2007

    there is no jbat1 terminal on the motherboard is there another way to reset the bios

  • Anonymous Jun 25, 2008

    i have the same problem as stef1756`s

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Stef, Sandrews suggestions are right on, however, if you decide to reset the BIOS you should document its settings first. That way you don?t accidentally loose any BIOS settings that the manufacturer *or someone else* might have made to increase performance or stability. It?s not always the case but better safe than sorry??

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There is normally a system tamper reset within the bios settings somewhere. Alternatively try to reset by the JBAT1 terminal by putting jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 then back again and restart pc. You will have to set the time again and make sure the HDD is detected in standard bios settings and re start.

Posted on Jan 16, 2007

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2007

    Sorry, Tomj23 is correct, either write down the settings or easier to take a photograph of the bios screen.

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