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If i found correct mobo, it should be that yellow button signed "CMOS" right next to the battery. 

  1. Turn off your computer.
  2. Disconnect your computer from the wall outlet. 
  3. Locate the button/jumper labelled “Clear” or "CMOS" (or "CLR_CMOS")
  4. Hold the “Clear” or “CMOS” button down for five to ten seconds, then release it, or short jumper for ten seconds. 


    Or just do the same, but instead holding the button, just remove the battery for 10 seconds, after unplugging the PSU

Say I put a used hdd in my computer to increase storage, then then I plug in my computer and it starts beeping at me and the light starts blinking red. so I unplug the computer it take out the hard drive that I had just put in, i plug the computer back in, power it on and its still blinking red and beeping. how do I fix it (it wont put out a video signal either)

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Where is the light coming from? It might be a DEBUG LED code. What motherboard do you have. 

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12 minutes ago, grimreaper_slm-thg said:

Say I put a used hdd in my computer to increase storage, then then I plug in my computer and it starts beeping at me and the light starts blinking red. so I unplug the computer it take out the hard drive that I had just put in, i plug the computer back in, power it on and its still blinking red and beeping. how do I fix it (it wont put out a video signal either)

Did you put the HDD as an additional drive?  Or as the boot drive?

 

If boot, then fresh install Windows and format the drive.  If additional, then you messed something up since adding a drive won't do what you describe.

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2 hours ago, Dedayog said:

Did you put the HDD as an additional drive?  Or as the boot drive?

 

If boot, then fresh install Windows and format the drive.  If additional, then you messed something up since adding a drive won't do what you describe.

I added it as an additional drive.

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6 hours ago, iCypticx said:

Where is the light coming from? It might be a DEBUG LED code. What motherboard do you have. 

I know it has a LGA775 socket. and the light is coming from the light that tells you its powered on its normaly green

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try restarting CMOS (if you don't have any weird RAID configs on the MOBO configured)

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29 minutes ago, kokosnh said:

try restarting CMOS (if you don't have any weird RAID configs on the MOBO configured)

How do I do that

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I don't know the model of your Motherboard. 
Usually you have a jumper and that's the correct method. if there's no jumper, you can always try to take out the battery, and unplug the PSU for a minute. But there should be a CMOS jumper. It should be written in the motherboard manual.  Or just find it on the motherboard. 

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5 hours ago, kokosnh said:

I don't know the model of your Motherboard. 
Usually you have a jumper and that's the correct method. if there's no jumper, you can always try to take out the battery, and unplug the PSU for a minute. But there should be a CMOS jumper. It should be written in the motherboard manual.  Or just find it on the motherboard. 

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100-praca-dla-HP-Compaq-8000-Elite-775-p 

 

If i found correct mobo, it should be that yellow button signed "CMOS" right next to the battery. 

  1. Turn off your computer.
  2. Disconnect your computer from the wall outlet. 
  3. Locate the button/jumper labelled “Clear” or "CMOS" (or "CLR_CMOS")
  4. Hold the “Clear” or “CMOS” button down for five to ten seconds, then release it, or short jumper for ten seconds. 


    Or just do the same, but instead holding the button, just remove the battery for 10 seconds, after unplugging the PSU
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3 hours ago, kokosnh said:

100-praca-dla-HP-Compaq-8000-Elite-775-p 

 

If i found correct mobo, it should be that yellow button signed "CMOS" right next to the battery. 

  1. Turn off your computer.
  2. Disconnect your computer from the wall outlet. 
  3. Locate the button/jumper labelled “Clear” or "CMOS" (or "CLR_CMOS")
  4. Hold the “Clear” or “CMOS” button down for five to ten seconds, then release it, or short jumper for ten seconds. 


    Or just do the same, but instead holding the button, just remove the battery for 10 seconds, after unplugging the PSU

thank you

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