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#1 redromo


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Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:41 PM

ORIGINAL PROBLEM: My son started having an issue with his custom PC after he overclocked the cpu. After he overclocked the machine it lost the OS. You'd turn on the machine and "No Operating System Found" is all that would display.

I tried to reload Windows after changing the BIOS to load from the DVD first. All it would do is say "Windows is loading files", then say, "Starting Windows", then go right back to loading files. Just kept looping.

So, I pulled out the hard drive and put in another hard drive from my PC to see if it would run...

THE PROBLEM NOW: I can turn on the PC using the power button but there is no display and the power button LED is not eluminated like normal. Also, I can not power down the PC with the power buttton. I have to switch the PSU off.

I made sure all the connections to the mobo and psu were tight.
The mobo led is eluminated.
All fans are running
The hard drive is being accessed
CD/DVD is working
Reset the CMOS battery (took it out put it back in)

I dont know what to do next. Help?

Edited by redromo, 07 November 2012 - 12:46 PM.

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#2 jhayz


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Posted 07 November 2012 - 10:02 PM

Have you tried using the Windows 7 disc and use startup repair or fixmbr?


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