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Just passing by, and i saw your concern about your pc.
sounds like you might have a posible glitch on *********** board.
the message "start set up 12" means the mother board supporting soft ware may be encountering issue.
a simple reset on what we call BIOS might solve this.
Locate the mother board manual and look for the BIOS reset jumper, in some cases just carefully remove the battery then leave it for 2 or 5 min to tottaly reset the bios. its alittle risky cause you might break the battery holder, so go with the jumper setting. and dont forget to place it back to its original position.
1. Try use any (to ex. - old) PCI video. If it run good - check (change) PSU, VideoCard or carefully look at capasitors (especially near video-slot). 2. Check temperature of South Bridge. If it very hot - it`s sounds very bad. 3. Remove any overclocking if it set.
Sometimes the BIOS calls this protection some sort of "virus protection" as past viruses, like the CIH virus would tend to overwrite motherboard BIOS' with jargon, bricking the motherboard.
Try disabling any onboard "virus" protection and try flashing your BIOS again.