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Computer wont restart after power outage

Posted on 2006-07-15
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I have an old no-name computer that has amibios 2.5/  And runs win2003 server.  It serves one function only and I dont want to mess with it too much.  When the power goes out in the house where it is at it wont autodstart. I thought I could set the bios but cant see an option to have it auto start.  I looked at the upgrading the BIOS in the hope that may fix it but I am concerned the process to upgrade looks too complictaed.

I would like some advise on how to have the computer auto restart on power failure.  

Thanks.



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Question by:martinmcginley
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If there is no such option within the BIOS, you won't be able to get it to autostart after a power outage.
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and if they do not say that the BIOS upgrade fixes the autostart, i would not upgrade it.
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by:FriarTuk
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invest in a good UPS
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