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How to get into bios?

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  1. Naweo New Member

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    Hello.

    Motherboard: z77a-g45

    I changed my Integrated Graphics from PGI to DVI by mistake and also disabled GT overclocking frequencies. Apparently my monitors are completely blackscreened.

    At start, when my graphic card (nvidia gtx 560 ti) monitors were only black untill i reached windows, i tried to fix the problem with my integrated graphics monitor but I only just now realized it might have been because of disabling GY frequncy in overclocking setting.

    Is there a way I can set my BIOS settings and OC to default, now that I can use my computer?

    Thanks
     
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    There is a small jumper next to the PCI-e slot.
    You can clear the CMOS RAM by shorting this jumper while the system is off. Afterwards,
    open the jumper . Do not clear the CMOS RAM while the system is on because it will
    damage the mainboard

    Check your manual. If you have any further questions for black screen list all your parts please

    Your manual
    http://dl.msi.com/download_files/mnu_exe/E7752v1.2.zip
     
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    Do you think my monitors being black are assosiated with faulty bios settings?

    My specs:

    Corsair 750 w PSU
    3770k intel cpu
    GPU nvidia geforce 560 ti
    MB: z77a g45
     
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    Do you mean step 2 here: ?

    http://www.wikihow.com/Reset-Your-BIOS
     
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    Read my post again

    DO NOT USE WIKI

    And Its a MSI board right? please list all your information
     
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    Yeah its an MSI board, and I just followed their guide on MSI website. I found the CMOS reset button and held it for 5 seconds after the computer was unplugged. When I put it together, setting only keyboard, mouse and a monitor in alongside power, it just goes on and off all the time without bios errors.

    Any solutions?

    Thanks.
     
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    So it cycles on and off? Use one stick of ram, CPU, heatsink, IGPU PSU and keyboard. Nothing else connected. Power on and tap del key. If still not joy take it out of the case and try on a wood surface

    You could also try taking the battery out for a minute or two
     
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    im not even sure what he want to do?? first he say he have black screen ,then he say now that i can use pc!!and want to OC
    confused...:confused:
     

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