When i try to turn on my PC it will almost immediately power down again and after about 2 sek it will power on again and it can repeat this process about three times in a row before it actually starts (without me pushing the power button again and again). After that it will give me a message:
All settings were reset to default values.
The previous overclock settings have failed, system has been restored to its default settings.
Press F1 to run setup.
Press F2 to load default values and run setup.
Sometimes this message comes up even without this powering up and down thing.
I have tried to push both F1 and F2 and it gets me to BIOS. I haven´t changed anything in BIOS, because i don´t feel comfortable changing there anything without proper guidance.
This problem doesn´t happen every time i power on my computer, but occasionally and sometimes the same thing with powering on and off happens when i try to wake my PC from hibernation and then it gives me some kind of error message which i don´t remember to post here right now.
One more thing: Since i bought my computer it beeped once on every startup. I read somewhere that with AMI based BIOS (which i have) it means that there has been a memory refresh timer error. So i don´t know is it related or not and should i deal with it and how?
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1
System Manufacturer: MSI
System Model: MS-7758
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. V2.1
Your help would be appreciated!