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    changed biose settings. have no display.

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    What motherboard? Computer model # & brand?

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    Did you change something that has to do with onboard graphics or graphics card? You may need to reset BIOS to default settings. There is a jumper somewhere on your motherboard that connects 2 pins of a set of 3. Moving it over to connect the other pin will clear your bios settings and resert to default, then move it back. Exactly where it is depends on motherboard, but it is often red in color while most jumpers are white. If you can't find it, taking the CMOS battery out of the motherboard for a couple of minutes might also work. Unplug your computer. The CMOS battery is the round flat battery that looks like a large watch battery (about the size of an American nickel). When you are back to default settings, the motherboard will use the onboard features. That should let you boot. Charlie