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    Default DualBios issuise?

    Welcome everybody.
    I am glad that I have heard many good things to register for this site and maybe my problem is I can find a solution. Given a GA-EP45T-DS3 motherboard. According to the order and manner of a computer is turned on in the afternoon and then went into the BIOS and there is a defaultot then pressed F10 and then started again when the computer is not connected to the monitor and turned off the machine. Started off again and again. This thing has been 8 days. Have you tried to start several processors, memory modules, other types of other video card and another power supply but the situation has not changed. Then a friend took the proposal off the battery and then Clear CMOS jumper but they are not willing to operate the machine normally. What went wrong? Both BIOS chip is broken?


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    Motherboard GA-EP45T-DS3
    Processor: Core2Duo E4500
    Ram: 2x2 GB Kingston DDR3 1333
    Video Card: 9800 GTX
    Power Supply: FSP 450 Watt



    Thanks for your help...

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    Default Re: DualBios issuise?

    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post301218, post #2, where you boot with a minimal hardware setup and use only one memory module in the memory slot closest to the cpu.

    You will probably need to test with your motherboard removed from the computer case with the motherboard on a cardboard box next to the computer case.

    You might need to remove the motherboard battery and use a jumper block on the CLR_CMOS pins for 8 - 24 hours.
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    Default Re: DualBios issuise?

    Sorry, I am not clear on what is going on now :(

    Do you get anything on screen, or is it just rebooting constantly?

    Not sure what you meant with what you said about clearing CMOS, but yes you can do this yourself anytime, here in post #2 is how I suggest you clear the CMOS
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ash-guide.html

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