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Fatneckitten123

Urgent might have fried my pc

Try a clear CMOS, if your board has a button, press it ([with the system off] usually somewhere near the 24-pin or on the rear IO)
If not, unplug the system, pull the battery on the board out, push the power button and/or let it sit for a few minutes (~5 is recommended for thoroughness, though you can often get away with just a few seconds)

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Try a clear CMOS, if your board has a button, press it ([with the system off] usually somewhere near the 24-pin or on the rear IO)
If not, unplug the system, pull the battery on the board out, push the power button and/or let it sit for a few minutes (~5 is recommended for thoroughness, though you can often get away with just a few seconds)


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