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The usual method of resetting any BIOS is to remove the backup CMOS battery (usually a Lithium coin cell) and then short the terminals for a while (e.g. a minute) with a wire. Then, when you restore the CMOS battery to the BIOS, it sees the settings make no sense and then sets them to default. I warn you that I don't know what an Artx Ultraviolet is, as it doesn't seem to return anything on Google. It's very hard to reset the memory in some modern machines, and more sophisticated motherboards have a reset button to restore default settings. That's all I can suggest without more information.

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best to remove all ram and any hardware changes, replace original ram,also delete new opane drivers speakers and all peripherals. Also remove battery tap power button for 5 seconds.
reboot to bios and enter, select setup defaults. now you should continue to original splash screen.this may seem odd, but I have seen a mouse dongle left in and caused a trouble during troubleshooting. this is why as an I.T.TECH, I recommend removing everything, such as speakers,headphones,ext hdd
Otherwise check utube search .for intel optane

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Best setting are the factory defaults in bios, because all hardware
and the o\s have been rigorusly tested,backup before trying new settings.check the intel cpu wether it monitors the load on its processor. most typically overclock at 40% load if you are into
gaming there are to many parameters. depending on your software apps like autocad,then more ram for virtual drive to place work in may help, 8 more

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you have done something wrong on the BIOS part of your system that's why it installed jumber in its inappropriate mode or setting which is against the normal setting of the system.To solve this please or recall what part of the BIOS that you mistakenly configured or in any installing activity you have done.Then try to check out the changed data or setting in the BIOS.By the way BIOS is the first to start up in your system, you may access it by pressing "delete" commonly. If you haven't recalled the previous activity you may contact the management or visit the website of Intel motherboard.That's all I can help.

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It should support any hard drive or solid state drive with a sata interface

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The processor in the PC is not connected to the iPhone directly, so there isn't a compatibility issue. If you can't see the phone when it's connected to a USB port, then the port is the problem, tot the processor.

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Hello, Tymofii -

Apparently the Intel D945GTP is a motherboard for a computer.

I have not found a manual for that motherboard. Instead, I found technical product specifications for it:
https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/boardsandkits/desktop-boards/945/D945GTP/D945GTP_TechProdSpec.pdf

It is a PDF document, so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader software (free). If you choose to download and save the PDF document to your computer, I suggest you give the document a file name you can find again easily . . . something like: Intel D945GTP Tech Specs .

Best wishes.

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You only have a small part

You need;

a case
a power supply unit
a motherboard for the Pentium processor chip to fit into.
RAM memory modules
a Hard Drive

I am wondering if you are just reading a sticker on a computer case?
Click COMMENT under my post to answer.

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