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Spaz022765

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Reset bios settings on GX620
« on: 20-January-09, 03:33:29 »

alright, so originally, I went into my bios to make the notebook boot an Ubuntu 8.10 install disc, however, i got sidetracked and changed some settings i most likely shouldn't have, including the boot graphics adapter, and the overclock percentage.. now upon reboot, the screen remains off, the external d-sub connector works, but shows nothing on my external monitor, the fans briefly run at a high speed, then return to normal, and it just sits there, capslock/scroll-lock/numlock all light up their corrosponding lights, and all the touch sensor buttons light up normally..

I'm stumped, I've been digging through the internet for a few hours.. and have found some solutions for reseting bios settings blindly, but none have worked for me so far.
help?  :undecided:

EDIT: so, my question is, how can I reset the bios settings to default values without use of the screen?
« Last Edit: 20-January-09, 10:57:18 by Spaz022765 »
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« Reply #1 on: 20-January-09, 03:58:34 »

Try remove battery and disconnect AC Main Power and hold "Turbo" button for 1 minutes, then connect AC Main Power and press the Power Button.
That's usually helps to recover from failed OC settings.
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« Reply #2 on: 20-January-09, 04:09:04 »

Negative, no success. with that BOSSKILLER.

let me note that when powered on, when i hit the power button to turn it off, it immediately shuts off
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« Reply #3 on: 20-January-09, 04:11:44 »

Well contact to reseller or MSI Tech here ==> http://ocss.msi.com.tw/ there could be some other way.
Else ask reseller for a permission to open the notebook and to disconnect the CMOS battery for 15min to clear the CMOS.
Guide can be found here: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?board=53.0
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« Reply #4 on: 20-January-09, 04:14:37 »

is resetting the CMOS a positive way of resetting the bios settings?
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« Reply #5 on: 20-January-09, 04:15:21 »

Yes, that will restore BIOS defaults settings.
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« Reply #6 on: 20-January-09, 05:06:55 »

Many thanks BOSSKILLER, I appreciate the help, I will contact a MSI Tech.

Thank you =]
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