Try to reset the cmos by moving the jumpers in mobo if you have the manual of mobo there is explanation on how to reset the cmos...or try if you can enter in the bios screen and configure the parameters.
hope this helps
I have a friend who called me last night saying that his computer wouldn't boot. Normally I can fix these things pretty easily but at the moment I am totally stumped...
When I turn the computer on I am given the DFI Lanparty (brand of mother board he has) boot screen. Now, at last reboot, it just freezes there. There seems to be a sort of 'clicking' which would lead me to believe a hard drive failure, so we replaced the hard drive and the clicking, while not as heavy, still goes on. We have got it to boot to the next screen a couple times and the only thing I saw was a CMOS Error. My only ideas from here were to take out the main battery from the motherboard and then leave it out a minute or two, put it back in and reboot... this gave me nothing either though.
It is a fairly new computer and I am sure that there must be an obvious solution but I can't find anything... you guys are my last hope... anything you can give me would be great.