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From: Richard on 12/29/2001
I wrongly set the clock speeds on my Gigabyte mainboard
GA-6VEML, and now the pc wont start at all. I have removed the battery and waited two hours but that made no difference to fixing the problem. This m/board has no jumpers to clear cmos. help please.
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From: Jose Luis on 08/12/2008
boot your machine and use boot disk DOS.
debug (enter)
-o 70 2e (enter)
-o 71 ff (enter)
-q (enter)
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From: Exodus on 09/28/2004
had the same problem, there are solder points on the MB jut even if you jump them it wont reset.

easy fix though:
- disconnect the power supply from the MB.

- remove the battery.

- take a screwdriver or whatever and use it to jump the contacts on the system battery. hold this connection close for about 30-40 seconds.

reattach the PS and put the battery back in and it shoud boot back up fine with bios defaults.

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From: Andy on 06/26/2003
you guys need to REMOVE the ATX power cord from the mobo while the battery is out and also make sure your psu is off. wait one hour and give plenty of water and sunlight...
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From: Tony on 12/30/2002
Take the battery out and wait a day
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From: Casey on 12/30/2002
I HAVE THIS SAME PROB!

Gigabyte board. No jumpers. Overclocked RAM Freq. Now wont post. HELP?

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From: ali on 09/12/2002


: : I wrongly set the clock speeds on my Gigabyte mainboard
: : GA-7vtxe+, and now the pc wont start at all. I have removed the battery and waited two hours but that made no difference to fixing the problem. This m/board has no jumpers to clear cmos. help please.


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From: Dan on 02/18/2002

: I wrongly set the clock speeds on my Gigabyte mainboard
: GA-6VEML, and now the pc wont start at all. I have removed the battery and waited two hours but that made no difference to fixing the problem. This m/board has no jumpers to clear cmos. help please.


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