Shaun o said:
Well if you have a graphics card in the Pci-e slot of the board.
Take the cable attached to it from the monitor, and connect it to the onboard video ports of the motherboard.
You will then be able to see the bios screen.
Thank you so much! I followed what you said, restored previous BIOS settings and now it works just as it used to....
When I opened the BIOS the settings were not the default ones....
I have marked your answer as the solution but can you tell me why removing the CMOS battery did not work?