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Re: Have to clear CMOS if psu is turned off

ROORnNUGZ
Level 7

I switched the bios to the optimized defaults and I thought that was the solution.  I turned off the psu and then back on an the system booted fine.  I then decided to leave the psu off while I went to work for 4 hours.  Then when I tried to turn on I got the 00 code and no boot.  But then I couldn't get it to boot for quite a while.  Tried using the clear cmos button. Then removing the motherboard battery. Nothing was working. Just kept giving 00 code.  I eventually got it to boot though.  Idk guess I'll just give up and stop messing with it.

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