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Lewis ryan

I need help starting my pc up

Read your motherboard manual, there should be a diagram of what the headers do. Find the one that is the BIOS or CMOS header and take off the jumper or if they've been pushed together pull them apart. Then your computer should work.

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Your CMOS jumper is not properly installed.


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Read your motherboard manual, there should be a diagram of what the headers do. Find the one that is the BIOS or CMOS header and take off the jumper or if they've been pushed together pull them apart. Then your computer should work.

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6 minutes ago, Lewis ryan said:

How do I find that and where is that on a pc 

 

Look at the motherboard manual

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