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My pc wont boot. Please help me

Hey. So i was trying to over clock mu gpu using msi afterburner. While raising the numbers in afterburner i got a grey screen. So i pressed the reset button next to my power button. Screen turned off and never came back on after that. Ive tried everything. The computer turns on but i dont hear any post beeps or see any display. I hear constant beeping if i remove the ram. Please help ??

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Reset the cmos (bios) check your manual for instructions.

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How far did you raise the numbers? I'd be surprised (and impressed) if you fried the GPU, but if you were fuckin around with the voltage too much it's a possibility. As F_M said, reset the CMOS. You may also try re-seating the GPU

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3 minutes ago, F___M said:

Reset the cmos (bios) check your manual for instructions.

I resetted it a million times

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Just now, BigDamn said:

How far did you raise the numbers? I'd be surprised (and impressed) if you fried the GPU, but if you were fuckin around with the voltage too much it's a possibility. F_M said, reset the CMOS. You may also try re-seating the GPU

All i raised was the memory speed not the voltage. Im running it without the gpu and ive reseted the cmos 2-3 times

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I don't know HOW you are resetting the bios.  Do it wrong... no reset.  What model is your motherboard?

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1 minute ago, F___M said:

I don't know HOW you are resetting the bios.  Do it wrong... no reset.  What model is your motherboard?

Ga-f2a68hm-s1

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3 minutes ago, CrAzY156 said:

And the cpu and case fans spin really slow

Unplug your machine, remove the CMOS battery, click the power button a few times and let it sit for awhile, 10-30 minutes maybe. Could be an issue with the power supply, so it's best to drain all power and see if that does the trick.

 

Had a PSU do this once, but I needed to leave it sitting for 2-3 days unplugged before it would successfully boot a system. Was able to fix it eventually.

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If you have integrated graphics then remove your GPU and try to boot then. If you get into windows then delete MSI Afterburner profiles (Usually located under C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\Profiles).

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I had the cmos outside for almoat a week now. Still  nothing

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