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Posted · Original PosterOP

So when I start up my computer it shows the screen to load the bios every time. I go into it and just go straight to the end and click discard changes and reset but now my pc just sits at a black screen the whole time. Anyone know why this is happening?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ShadyBeings said:

I'd hit it

Ok well I hit it and it didn’t do anything, is it the butting underneath the start button and the little thing that shows error codes on the mobo?

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Just now, Motion said:

Ok well I hit it and it didn’t do anything, is it the butting underneath the start button and the little thing that shows error codes on the mobo?

What motherboard do you have

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, ShadyBeings said:

Your bios settings that's all they mean. This will reset it

It still sits on a black screen after leaving the bios

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ShadyBeings said:

Did you move the cap back to the original 1-2 position?

Yes, before I did the cap thing it showed a3

 

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1 minute ago, Motion said:

It still sits on a black screen after leaving the bios

Oh so you actually get past the bios? I was under the impression you weren't getting to the bios. In your bios do you see your boot drives?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, ShadyBeings said:

Oh so you actually get past the bios? I was under the impression you weren't getting to the bios. In your bios do you see your boot drives?

Yeah, I see it says boot option 1 with my drive that has windows on it, then below it says boot override and has all of my drives

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Okay, never mind, I fixed it. For whatever reason it changed my boot drive to my newer drive and didn’t give me the option to change between them

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