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P5Q SE2 motherboard problem "sleep mode"

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November 18, 2009 8:01:08 AM

JUST BUILT !!!
Asus PRQ SE2
Intel core 2 quad Q9400
Hitachi SATA 1 TB
1GB 9800GT Gainward
4 GB ram

My brand new comp runs in Window 7 untimate 64 bit, My proble is that i put my comp in sleep mode.... when i got back home i move my mouse and nothing appears to show anything on my screen, then i try restarting it but nothing happend so i turn it off and when i turn it on it stays on for 3 sec then shut down and turn it self back on. When its on i cant see anything on my screen not even the bio's.
HELP please i built it last week and it was perfectly fine but now its not waking up even though its on.
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November 18, 2009 8:53:53 AM

Try unplugging the system from the wall for one minute. If that does not work (I think it will) reset the CMOS jumper. Instructions are in the MB manual. Just unplug it from the wall and plug it back in.
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November 18, 2009 9:06:54 AM

ummm What do u mean unplugging the system from the wall ?
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November 18, 2009 9:08:17 AM

Pull the power cord out the wall socket for a minute. Unplug the computer from the wall. Then plug it back in and start the computer.
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November 18, 2009 9:14:16 AM

Um i tried that but it still not working it just keep turn it self back off and on again and nothing showed in my screen
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November 18, 2009 9:19:55 AM

Well, you can try resetting the CMOS jumper and defaulting the BIOS, that may do it. The instructions are in the MB manual under 'CMOS jumper reset or similar'. First unplug the system from the wall. Remove the battery from the MB. Move the CMOS jumper to the reset position briefly and then back to the default or run postion. Reinstall the MB battery after resetting the jumper. If you do not understand how to do this, perhaps unplugging the system and removing the battery for 10 minutes or so will discharge the MB and reset the BIOS to default.
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November 18, 2009 9:29:49 AM

Um my comp is working now because you told me somehting about the jumper and i read the MB manual and i change the RTC RAM the 3 pin CLRTC thinging.
thank you really much !!!! love you
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November 18, 2009 9:31:35 AM

Wow..my first love you on Tom's. Thanks babe.
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November 18, 2009 9:36:42 AM

DayBreaker said:
Um my comp is working now because you told me somehting about the jumper and i read the MB manual and i change the RTC RAM the 3 pin CLRTC thinging.
thank you really much !!!! love you


Whn you unplugged the computer the MB discharged and cleared the CMOS which allowed the BIOS to gain control of the start up of the system hardware.
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November 18, 2009 9:45:26 AM

oH didnt know that but thank you im still in high schoool and im learning about computers....... thank you really much if it wasnt for u i would waste another 150 to buy another mb thank you alot
" i would like to learn more " lol
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November 18, 2009 9:58:08 AM

Your welcome. If I taught you all the things I know, college wouldn't be a challenge for you. RMA. :) 
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