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#1 jakel717

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Posted 30 January 2015 - 05:06 AM

I've been trying to fix other problems with my PC lately, and today I tried to reinstall windows. Now when I try and get into my bios settings this comes up http://imgur.com/9JCv1nQ

 

Anyone know why and how to fix this? 

 

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#2 Datcoolguy

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 06:50 PM

Does it only happen when trying to get into the BIOS? Did you add or remove any hardware? Is everything correctly plugged?


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Posted 02 February 2015 - 10:23 AM

Hello,
This sounds like a frustrating issue to encounter. As @Datcoolguy said - you should first check if your basic setup is correct. Are the fans turning, HDD spinning? Can you hear any beeps when you power up the system? If such are audible they may reveal a error code.
You should also try resetting CMOS (by removing the motherboard battery for a couple of minutes). If that doesn't work - reseat the RAM sticks and/or try booting with only one (if you are running multiple).
If none of this works it may be a GPU or motherboard problem. Try with another graphics card and if nothing changes - the culprit is most probably your motherboard.
 
Best regards and hope this was helpful, Citizen_WD





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