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2 years ago#1
I messed with the BIOS, saved it, windows didn't boot up and I turned it off. I turn it on, Nothing is on my monitor. Absolutely nothing. Even BIOS won't boot up. My monitor is fully black. Everything turns on, the mouse, the keyboard, everything but the power button looks like its flickering. Can anyone help?

EDIT: I also tried to reset BIOS by removing the battery on the motherboard and putting it back on after 15 minutes.
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2 years ago#2
What did you DO in the BIOS?
i5 3570K:: XFX Radeon 5770 1gb:: 8gb DDR3 G.Skill Sniper Series:: x2 300gb HDD:: Antec 430w EarthWatts:: AsRock Z77 Extreme 4:: HAF 912::
2 years ago#3
Not sure but it was related to video. I let my integrated graphics do the work instead of my graphics card "GT610" which is crappy
2 years ago#4
If I am understanding you correctly...

You need to unplug your video cable from your graphics card and plug it into your motherboard.
2 years ago#5
Won't resetting the BIOS fix it though?
2 years ago#6
Btw, motherboard is an Intel DH67CL.
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