Vic 40 said:
Try a clear cmos.either by moving the right jumper for about 5 seconds,which one you'll find in the manual.The other option is by removing the motherbaord battery for about 5minutes and maybe pressing the power button a short while.
If you can get into the bios after that make sure that you load the optimal default settings again.
Do the clear cmos with the power plug unplugged from the wallsocket.
Thank you! Moving the jumper did the trick. I was able to get back to the BIOS and get it back to working normally. Funny enough the USB issue resolved as well lol. Appreciate the help.