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Solved: BIOS issues

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by theFAst0ne, May 18, 2012.

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  1. theFAst0ne

    theFAst0ne Thread Starter

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    The power supply on my PC is very noisy, so i shut down windows planning to reboot hoping it would be quiet. I shut down and restarted, but 2 seconds after restarting the power tripped. I turned the PC back on and got the following screen:
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    The problem now is that my keyboard isn't working(n). I cannot "press any key to continue..." as the keyboard isn't responding. I use a wired keyboard and i tried with a wireless one as well. I have restarted the PC multiple times. Do i have to reset CMOS by pulling the battery or is there another way to fix this?
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    theFAst0ne Thread Starter

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    Fixed, I unplugged the CMOS jumper and put it back again. Then I just loaded default bios settings.
     
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