Monitor Not Showing BIOS

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  1. Skyshadow101
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    Hello!

    For some reason my monitor does not show an image when I try to access a BIOS.

    Last time I accessed the BIOS, I changed my boot order so that I could boot up an image of Windows 7, which I was trying to dual-boot with Windows 10.

    Tried booting up the USB, went straight to Windows 10. I thought that maybe I didn't save my changes, so I took the USB out and tried to boot into the BIOS. No image popped up, but I know I'm in the BIOS because when I press the power button, it shuts off instantly.

    My display cables are plugged into the graphics card.

    No beeps, either.

    How can I fix this or are there any trouble-shooting tips that would be helpful?

    Thank you!
     
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    Please discard this thread, as when I removed the CMOS battery and cleared the capacitors, I was good to go.
     
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    Alright, I'll lock it. I won't delete it in case someone else might benefit from your solution :)
     
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