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    PC problem...seems serious

    Hi everyone...it seems that I don't really have enough luck that week. Yesterday while I was testing a rheobus (with the pc turned on of course) I pressed the switch (not by mistake) which controls the pc, the monitor and the pump for the water cooling. At that point the pc was during the post. After that, when I power on my pc all the components seem to work properly, the hdds initialise (i am not sure if this is the correct word) but the monitor doesn't open (it remains on stand by state, but when I power the pc on it gets to normal mode for a second, but I can't really see anything). The 8rda+ shows FF which is correct but AFTER the post. It goes through a number of codes and then it stays to FF. I am sure that the pc doen't boot into windows because that FF thing would change to the motherboard chipset temperature. What can be wrong?

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    Captain Bawls The VTech's Avatar
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    What brand is your rheobus or did you build it yourself?

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    Try clearing your CMOS.
    Main Computer: INTEL 2600K; ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe; 850W Corsair; Antec P280 case;16 Gigs Corsair Vengance;EVGA 560 TI; 120 INTEL SSD; 2x500Gig WD HD; op system: Win 7-64; Backup computer:INTEL Q6600; 650W Corsair in Antec P180 Case; 4 Gigs RAM; EVGA GT430; Gigibyte P45T-ES3G mobo; 1x200 GB WD; 2x160 GB WD; 1x1GB WD. Operating system: Win 7 -64. ***Avatar by Gresyth***

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    it's the vantec rheobus. and i found out that it's probably a corrupted bios.

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