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BIOS settings changed no system POST

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Old 14-11-2010
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OMFG BIOS settings changed no system POST
  

Hi
Ive changed the BIOS setting as follows
CPU FSB setting from Default to Max FSB it was written that system will automatically detect the maximum FSB for the current settings and it will take max 90 second.
Now Im waiting and waiting but system is not booting I mean there is no POST at all.
How can I reset the BIOS settings to default?

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Re: BIOS settings changed no system POST

Reset cmos with the jumper on the motherboard. there should be instructions in the motherboard manual explaining where the jumper is and how to clear the cmos.
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Re: BIOS settings changed no system POST

yeh.. there is a button "Clr CMOS" in my Mobo. I cleared it....now working......

Thanks pal.
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