HELP ME made changes and PC will not boot

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  1. Posts : 1,334
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       #11

    ok I cant find the jumper pins, removed the battery, held power button in for a minute ( everything still unplugged )
    will reinsert battery and graphic acrd and cross my fingers..

    PS would it have been setting boot up in the bios to ultra fast that caused this issue ?

    thanks
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  2. Posts : 1,334
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       #12

    UPDATE...
    all fixed, thanks everyone....things aleays seem worse than they really are... luckily....lol
    the Pc was set to boot from the wrong HDD but after resetting the bios I was able to change the boot order....took adavntage of the situation to give all the fans coolers etc a good clean with a can of compressed air, so,thats another good job done....the CPU was ' little' dusty...

    PS would still like to know if setting the startup speed to ultrafast in the bios caused the issue
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       #13

    I think there is a lot of users with boot issues that were caused by fastboot being turned for sure,
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  4. Posts : 1,334
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       #14

    think i will change it back to normal and allow the machine to do its proper checks...

    thank you
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  5. Posts : 1,334
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       #15

    Now I have another issue....the motherboard beeps once intermittently.....seems to be associated with some HDD activity...
    will monitor closely, not sure what this means.....bios is reset to defaults, except normal bootup speed, will do this tomorrow..

    ???

    UPDATE
    set bios to default except cpu fan and temperature warnings, now no beeping...

    set CPU min and max to 100% to improve performance on my pc...

    all seems good now
    Last edited by reddwarf4ever; 04 Jan 2016 at 05:41.
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