Long delay after power up Tags: Chipsets Power Up Motherboards Last response: January 12, 2011 5:14 AM in Motherboards Share cptprice January 11, 2011 11:55:25 PM Hey guys i need help, somehow after half a month w/o using my pc, whenever i powerup my pc there is no signal to the monitor, and after around 20 secs everything becomes normal. it wasnt like this before, it booted fast but what happened to it now? how do i fix it back? i have an asus p5kpl-am se, c2q 8400,hd 3650,2gb ddr800 More about : long delay power tecmo34 a c 234 V Motherboard January 12, 2011 12:45:42 AM I would suggest that maybe your CMOS battery on the motherboard is / has went bad to a point, after sitting for a month with no use. I would look to replace it and see if that helps. cptprice January 12, 2011 5:14:00 AM thanks for quick response i'll try that tomorrow Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumLong delay at startup screen ForumLong delay before memory check ForumLong delay before memory check ForumNew asus motherboard , can see display after 30 sec-1 minute delay ? please see ForumLong delay before FIN after receiving FIN,ACK from client ForumLong delay after right-clicking a file Forum2 Hour delay on boot up ! This one has me stumped! ForumPower up Delay ... ForumCPU Fan Long Delay Before Start- up ForumStartup delay after login screen.....Blank Screen with cursor ForumMonitor stays off too long after boot ForumLong startup after installing RAM/GPU (Dell Inspiron 531s) ForumCPU fan delay on BIOSTAR motherboard ForumSony BDV-N79OW long sound delay with time warner cable box ForumExtra long boot up time ForumBest Motherboard for i7-3770 and GeForce 600 Ti? ForumFailed to boot after RAM downgrade!! ForumMy pc boot take too long while detecting drives. And the it says, \ ForumWill this new case's power cords work with my motherboard? Forum[Solved] BSOD after long periods of being shut off???? More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !