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POST/Boot Issue
« on: November 14, 2019, 03:03:14 pm »
Hello All!  This is my first post.

So I had an interesting issue last night.  My MegaTouch GameTime (think it's a consumer version) wouldn't POST or boot.  Checked the power supply and voltages were good.  Checked to make sure everything was plugged in, reseated a few things but still no joy.  What I wound up doing was adding a couple jumper wires (to use as a switch) to the mother PWRON jumpers and low and behold it booted.

This seems strange to me.  What would prevent it from posting or booting?  If there wasn't a switch there before...why does it all of a sudden need one?  How was it configured to boot before when all that needed to happen was flipping the switch in the back to powerup the power supply.



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Re: POST/Boot Issue
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2019, 09:16:10 pm »
Bios battery is dead. Replace battery, plug in a keyboard, hit DEL to get into bios, go under power managment and look for a setting that says after power loss and set it to power on after power loss.

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