|Just to add, I notice you changed the video from PCI.XXX to On board. When you reset the CMOS memory it will probably default to on-board so you will have to temporary move the video out cable from the PCI output to the on board output. |
That will give you a display where you can get back into the BIOS and reset all the other setting to there correct values.
Once you have done that, then you can think about fixing the Windows problem, but one thing is for sure, there is nothing, absolutely nothing in the BIOS that will fix a Windows problem. Once you have you display back, post again in the Windows 7 forum and somebody should be able to help you fix that problem