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Jan 8, 2020
Hi! After i set the normal mhz for the ram and a bigger mhz for the cpu, my computer doesnt want to turn on. The fans are working but the pc doesnt start.
I tried to delete the battery and after 5-10 minutes put back but it doesnt help.
What is the problem? Does it have chance to the mobo or the cpu died?
(Sorry for my english)


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Oct 8, 2017
Yeppoon, QLD, Australia.
my guess is you overclocked the system past its specifications.
resetting the BIOS back to defaults should fix it and removing the battery for those 10 minutes should have done that.

sending your motherboard make/model, as requested, will help verify that.
it may also have a 'reset CMOS' button hard soldering onto the motherboard or a jumper that can be moved to other pins that also clears CMOS.


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Sep 9, 2016
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