As a minimum there MUST be power
by Ray Harinec - 12/22/06 12:01 PM
In Reply to: Here by HarrisonHopkins
applied to the monitor!!! Is it a LCD or CRT type monitor? Where does it get plugged into AC Power??
Probably, the first thing to try is to reset the BIOS to default settings by moving the jumper to the reset position and after some time return it to the normal position. Unfortunately I don't know how long to put it in the reset position and whether or not to do power up for a moment with the jumpers in the reset position.
The other way to reset to default is to remove the CMOS battery for at least ten minutes and then plug it back in.
You certainly didn't waste any words telling us about your system. What make, what model, what CPU, how long it worked wqith no problem, what were some of the last things that you were doing. etc, etc.
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