BIOS doesn't start!
I have a 10 year old P-III. For 15 days, whenever I turned on my PC it would ask for BIOS settings - though the BIOS battery was good (3 V). Now, BIOS doesn't start - no BIOS screen or beep. Someone said, the capacitors on the motherboard could have overcharged. So I disconnected the SMPS; removed BIOS backup battery and pressed the holder to discharge nearby capacitors. No luck. So is it R.I.P for my work horse?
Is this a good question?