Did you upgrade your computer or change its components or change a setting in the BIOS which caused your system to stop booting.
You may need to reset your BIOS to default settings, to solve the misconfiguration problems in your BIOS or to solve certain computer problems like Hardware Compatibility issues.
Methods to Reset your BIOS
This method is often the easiest way to reset the BIOS settings to default. This involves entering BIOS screen and selecting “Reset to Factory Default” to reset the BIOS Settings.
This is an another method to reset the BIOS Settings. Actually this method involves resetting the CMOS memory, which stores the BIOS configuration, so that your BIOS defaults are loaded.
In this method, the CMOS Battery is reset, by removing and installing the battery. This battery is the source of power to your CMOS. Reset it will clear the CMOS memory and the BIOS defaults are loaded.
Note: Don’t forget to configure your BIOS after you have reset it to the original settings. If you are unsure on how to configure BIOS settings, don’t mess with it. It can damage your computer.