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Computer not booting into bios

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Go to solution Solved by narrdarr,

You should probably try resetting cmos

 

Turn off switch on psu

Unplug the system

remove the Battery from the mother

Hold down the power button on the case for 30 seconds 

Reinstall the battery

Plug in

Turn psu switch on 

Try turning on system

 I'd also recommend doing this as barebone as possible 

So before you turn on the system

Use only 1 stick of ram

No gpu

And unplug any storage(ssd/hdd)from the motherboard 

So i got a computer a long time ago for vr it was a work computer for making games it worked when we got it but after a long time of not being used it won't boot up and does not boot to bios i tried different GPUs but it hasn't done anything new 

 

today i tried to reseat the ram replug the cords and even looked at the CPU to see if the CPU was the problem i don't know if can help but if you any ideas i will try them

 

it is this pc https://www.boxx.com/Files/Files/ProductSpecSheets/APEXX_2_2402_final.pdf?download=false but with a 1070 but i put in a 780 for fixing it so i don't have a chance of frying the 1070

 

reply if you have any ideas on what i should do

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You should probably try resetting cmos

 

Turn off switch on psu

Unplug the system

remove the Battery from the mother

Hold down the power button on the case for 30 seconds 

Reinstall the battery

Plug in

Turn psu switch on 

Try turning on system

 I'd also recommend doing this as barebone as possible 

So before you turn on the system

Use only 1 stick of ram

No gpu

And unplug any storage(ssd/hdd)from the motherboard 

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26 minutes ago, narrdarr said:

You should probably try resetting cmos

 

Turn off switch on psu

Unplug the system

remove the Battery from the mother

Hold down the power button on the case for 30 seconds 

Reinstall the battery

Plug in

Turn psu switch on 

Try turning on system

 I'd also recommend doing this as barebone as possible 

So before you turn on the system

Use only 1 stick of ram

No gpu

And unplug any storage(ssd/hdd)from the motherboard 

it didn't work do you have any more ideas

 

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1 hour ago, narrdarr said:

You should probably try resetting cmos

 

Turn off switch on psu

Unplug the system

remove the Battery from the mother

Hold down the power button on the case for 30 seconds 

Reinstall the battery

Plug in

Turn psu switch on 

Try turning on system

 I'd also recommend doing this as barebone as possible 

So before you turn on the system

Use only 1 stick of ram

No gpu

And unplug any storage(ssd/hdd)from the motherboard 

It worked after waiting a bit longer for it THANK YOU SO MUCH

 

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