Yeah when your having problems posting, your best bet is to plug in only what's necessary to post. Unnecessary hard drives, cd roms, etc. Your manual should tell you where the clear cmos jumper is.
So, I might have not reset it properly the first time, but it all works now! I unplugged it, removed most hardware and pressed the cmos button (doesn't have a real jumper) then plugged it back it and pressed the button again. When I booted I got text on the screen and was happy. I put all the hardware back in and am running it now. I don't know how you knew what the real problem was sfb, but you saved me lots of money, Thanks!
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