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How do I revive a deep sleep BIOS?

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Anonymous
a b B Homebuilt system
January 13, 2005 8:35:30 PM

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Hi! I am need of very urgent help to revive my old
Pentium AMD 450 motherboard,
I have check that the BIOS still works when I tried to access the CMOS
setup.
It requested for the admin password which I could not remember anymore.

So I removed the backup battery but forgotten to insert it back
and it was on the following day that I had inserted it back but now
there is no more life on the monitor.Although there is still a whiring &
click click sound during power up.And nothing shows up pn the screen

(Although the hdd is faulty and replace with a still working unit)

What could the reason and how do I get it back to working condition?
Any help is appreciated
Thank-you in advance.
Alvin.G

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Anonymous
a b B Homebuilt system
January 16, 2005 9:33:33 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt (More info?)

alvin.g wrote:
> Hi! I am need of very urgent help to revive my old
> Pentium AMD 450 motherboard,
> I have check that the BIOS still works when I tried to access the CMOS
> setup.
> It requested for the admin password which I could not remember anymore.
>
> So I removed the backup battery but forgotten to insert it back
> and it was on the following day that I had inserted it back but now
> there is no more life on the monitor.Although there is still a whiring &
> click click sound during power up.And nothing shows up pn the screen
>
> (Although the hdd is faulty and replace with a still working unit)
>
> What could the reason and how do I get it back to working condition?

Did you insert a fresh battery?

Roy
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