I've already posted about this before, but I keep getting the same problem over and over again. I have an asus motherboard SLI 8AN32, and basically the problem from the very beginning was when I turn off my computer my motherboard's bios would randomly **** up, and the computer would turn on but the monitor wouldn't work or any other hardware. I went to the computer shop and the first time they simply just, "fixed", it. Them motherboard is fine. It happens again, this time they tell me problem which was basically that sometimes when I turn off my computer the motherboard's bios doesn't save and then resets to default. The default setting on the motherboard is to overclock, and that is why the bios doesn't work. He explained to me that if this happens you need to reset the bios by taking one ram chip out, turning on your computer, taking out another ram chip and turn on your computer. You hear a beep that means that bios has reset because the computer identifies there is no ram. So, about a week later my motherboard does the same thing and I do this method, everything is fine. AGAIN, the motherboard screws up but this time the method doesn't work. I've littarly sat for hours just trying it over and over again, and it doesn't work yet it worked before. I give it to the store again and they fix it, but didn't tell me how. I have the same problem now, and I am tired of going to that computer shop over and over again, I was hoping someone here could help me and tell me how I fix this without going there and paying them 40$ to fix it. -I did about 30 diagnostics by now and there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with any other part of my computer. They can't even figure out why my motherboard is doing this. I seriously never want to see asus again lol.