My PC Wont Get Past The Bios

cyber-core_360

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My Brand New PC Wont Get Past the BIOS After I Shifted My PC From The Living Room To My Room. When I Press the Power Button, I Can See Video Card, Then I See The Bios With The Big Gigabyte Splash, Then It stays there for about 6 secs, And Then Total Black Out, And Then There's Output anymore so my screen goes in power saving mode, and the whole process starts over again. I Cant Even Access The Bios During The Bios Splash or Access the boot menu or anything.
Please HELP! it was working fine before i shifted it, this problem has occured once before too!

Heres what I Have Done While Shifting

->Not touvhed the inside of the rog
->Handled With EXTREME CARE
-> And Put The Wires Properly In Thier Places, ( Nice And Tight)

Please Please Please HELP!!! :pfff:
 

cyber-core_360

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Sorry Forgot To Include Them


Motherboard :- Gigabyte EP45T-UD3R DDR3
Graphics :- XFX 9600 GSO 1.5 GB Far Cry 2 Edition GDDR2
Processor :- Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 2.5 Ghz
RAM :- 4 GB KingMax DDR3 1333 Mhz
PSU :- Epsilon 600 Watt
Case:- Gigabyte Setto 1000
Hard Drive :-Western Digital 500 GB + 320 External
Floppy Drive :- 5 In One Media Card Reader
DVD Drive :- LG 22x Dual Layer Burner

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One Wireless PCI Card Also.
 

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I Turn I Off Properly Only When It Gets To Windows, Otherwise... 80% , when i'm at the stuck somewhere during post or something i turn the pc of by the PSU. (BTW ... Does It Make A Difference)
 

TheMan1214

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Yeah the only thing i could imagine happening was something shifting during your moving.

Also what does it do if you try to access the bios?
 

techn0babble

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Sounds like one or more of the files needed to start the operating system possibly got corrupted. Or possibly, a CMOS setting got messed up. Either of those could cause problems. If it's messing up right after the POST but before the operating system loads, those are your best bets. Unless you're A+ certified or quite familiar with PC's, you're probably going to need to take it in. Good luck and I hope you're problem gets solved!
 

manicmalki

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If it was the c mos he wold most likely not get the splash I would reseat all cables and clear the cmos if that dont help. Now if the OS was corrujpted it would try and launch start up repair ir give hall.dll missing or some crap. This is more than likely cables or mabye even the proc came loose. Try reseating cables, clear cmos and if that dont work pull ram and look for the beep code when you boot it next time. If you dont get a beep you got problems if you do you know that all the hardware is checking in that means the bios is working.
 

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I had a similar problem before and it turned out to be the cpu fan was disconnected. It would start to boot up and then the computer would shut down. (part of the built in cpu protection circuit to keep it from burning up.) Check and make sure the cpu fan power connection didn't come loose.