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Windows loading screen freeze after bios update

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April 5, 2013 9:27:00 AM

Hello, I've been recently having issues with updating my bios.

I had an issue where my PC would BSOD then restart but i got that fixed thanks to this forums help, but now i have an issue where my PC just freezes at windows loading screen.

I've been told to clear my CMOS, so i did that and i was able to get into my comp, but every time i shut down my comp, I either have to re-flash my bios or clear my CMOS again or my comp will just freeze at loading screen like usual

I also noticed that some weird stuff have been happening on this computer.Like me not being able to go online on certain applications like Steam and Origin, Google images won't load most images, Streams won't open, Pandora won't play music, my browser telling me that certain sites like Google are not certified and it would be dangerous to go on them,Windows can't check for updates.. etc etc

I have absolutely no clue why my computer is freaking out so much and i would appreciate if i could get some help, thanks.
April 5, 2013 9:32:25 AM

Have you run a virus check lately? Run your anti-virus sweep full, and also a malware sweep.
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April 5, 2013 10:24:13 AM

rojodogg said:
Have you run a virus check lately? Run your anti-virus sweep full, and also a malware sweep.


Yeah i just ran a full scan, there' nothing detected.
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April 5, 2013 10:32:11 AM

Load the last bios that worked with your PC.
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April 5, 2013 11:34:35 AM

rojodogg said:
Load the last bios that worked with your PC.


I'm guessing to do that i go to boot menu then load last known good configuration? When i try that on IDE settings, I BSOD and restart on loading screen, on AHCI i simply load for a bit then it freezes for around 20-30 seconds then restarts and does the same thing.
Also, I just noticed that when i try to log in something or go on a website it tells me that the certificate is out of date, i checked my date at the bottom and it seems that its been reverted all the way back to 2011, i put it back to 2013 to be sure and restarted , flashed my bios to be able to get on, and then it was reset to 2011.
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April 5, 2013 12:47:17 PM

You may need to replace your CMOS battery. They are typically a CR2032.
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April 7, 2013 3:26:56 PM

Jim_L9 said:
You may need to replace your CMOS battery. They are typically a CR2032.


I did as you said, bought a CMOS battery, it was CR2032, replaced it, same problem persisted.
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April 8, 2013 9:32:14 AM

Ohai tbg said:
Jim_L9 said:
You may need to replace your CMOS battery. They are typically a CR2032.


I did as you said, bought a CMOS battery, it was CR2032, replaced it, same problem persisted.

Did you make sure to install it the same way the original came out?

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April 8, 2013 6:33:42 PM

Jim_L9 said:
Ohai tbg said:
Jim_L9 said:
You may need to replace your CMOS battery. They are typically a CR2032.


I did as you said, bought a CMOS battery, it was CR2032, replaced it, same problem persisted.

Did you make sure to install it the same way the original came out?



I don't understand what you mean. I simply popped out my CMOS battery and then replaced it with the new one. Is there something else i had to do?
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