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I've disabled csm in bios and now my pc not loading. Nothing is coming out of the monitor. I have an asrock motherboard.

Pls help
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power off, use the jumper to clear CMOS. There should be a CLRCMOS1 or something like that on the motherboard and a 3 pin area with a two pin jumper, usually just move it over one, wait a few seconds move it back and you should be good.
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16 wrote power off, use the jumper to clear CMOS. There should be a CLRCMOS1 or something like that on the motherboard and a 3 pin area with a two pin jumper, usually just move it over one, wait a few seconds move it back and you should be good.
Is this functionally any different than just pulling the CMOS battery and leaving it for 30 seconds? That's my usual go-to method and it hasn't failed me yet.


@original post if there is a CMOS jumper then start off with that! One of the desktops I built a couple years ago had some funky stuff that needed to be done for me to install Riot anti-cheat, and one of those things had to do with CSM... regardless, I had the same issue but it's fixable. Just be patient and dont panic
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Lood wrote
16 wrote power off, use the jumper to clear CMOS. There should be a CLRCMOS1 or something like that on the motherboard and a 3 pin area with a two pin jumper, usually just move it over one, wait a few seconds move it back and you should be good.
Is this functionally any different than just pulling the CMOS battery and leaving it for 30 seconds? That's my usual go-to method and it hasn't failed me yet.


@original post if there is a CMOS jumper then start off with that! One of the desktops I built a couple years ago had some funky stuff that needed to be done for me to install Riot anti-cheat, and one of those things had to do with CSM... regardless, I had the same issue but it's fixable. Just be patient and dont panic


same effect, some boards just have the jumper. Makes life easier sometimes especially when you repeatedly brick the board
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