1. Rusty Kuntz's Avatar
    Got a crash today with the usual message ": ( somthing went wrong" restarted got a Kingston branded screen saying "over clock failed press f1 to enter bios". I had not set up for an over clock so I went to bios to make use it wasn't set up and to make sure all the other settings where ok. Restarted again got to a screen saying to repair windows. Restarted again to bios with windows install USB plugged in. Been a while since I had booted to a USB but what is did was somthing like putting the USB at the top of the boot order then disabled the other two drives. When to reboot got a screen saying disk image was corrupt. Now when I got to reboot I don't get to any os and I also can't access bios. I get the screen saying to press f2 or del to enter but when i do it does nothing and eventually goes black screen or to a Intel branded screen asking to create a raid volume. I have no idea where to go from here. What's wrong what can I do to fix this?

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    06-03-2016 01:46 AM
  2. Maurizio Troso's Avatar
    Got a crash today with the usual message ": ( somthing went wrong" restarted got a Kingston branded screen saying "over clock failed press f1 to enter bios". I had not set up for an over clock so I went to bios to make use it wasn't set up and to make sure all the other settings where ok. Restarted again got to a screen saying to repair windows. Restarted again to bios with windows install USB plugged in. Been a while since I had booted to a USB but what is did was somthing like putting the USB at the top of the boot order then disabled the other two drives. When to reboot got a screen saying disk image was corrupt. Now when I got to reboot I don't get to any os and I also can't access bios. I get the screen saying to press f2 or del to enter but when i do it does nothing and eventually goes black screen or to a Intel branded screen asking to create a raid volume. I have no idea where to go from here. What's wrong what can I do to fix this?

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    If that's a pc desktop, remove motherboard battery and short circuit bios reset pin. Then replace battery and reboot, then enter in bios and set correct values
    06-03-2016 05:28 AM
  3. Rusty Kuntz's Avatar
    Ok. How would i short circut the pin and what is the risk associated with it

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    06-03-2016 10:53 AM
  4. comptech520's Avatar
    Hi Rusty,

    Couple of questions:

    Are you using a Bluetooth or wireless keyboard by chance? If so, try to access using a wired keyboard.

    When powering on, what ever key you hit to get into BIOS (DEL, F11, etc) as soon as you power on the computer just keep hitting the button repeatedly immediate after you turn the PC on.

    What brand computer do you have? If it is homebuilt, what brand is the motherboard?
    06-03-2016 11:53 AM

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