I think your mobo has the Reset-CMOS jumper. If so, use that jumper to reset your CMOS. If not, you can pull your CMOS battery for a couple minutes, which will have the same result.
By the sounds of things, it is motherboard related, so I would start with the CMOS reset. If that doesnt work, then we can try some other things.
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