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Bios HI,,I DONT KNOW WHY .BUT I CAN ONLY START UP MY PC IF I CLEAR CMOS,,AND NEED TO PRSS F1 AND IT STARTS,,,AND GOES TO DEFAULTS,,I CNAT START IT UP NORMAUL,,PLEASE HELP

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  • carmyt Sep 05, 2008

    I WILL TRY THAT,,THANKS,,LET YOU KNOW IF IT WORKS

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Hi,

The small, on system board, battery that maintains the flash (CMOS) settings is probably kaput and needs replacing .

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You probably need to replace the on-board battery.

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You press the Power On button.
This in turn presses against the Power On switch, located inside it's plastic assembly.

The Power On switch is a Momentary Contact Switch.
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The Soft Power On circuit 'excites' the Power Supply, and turns it on.
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The Basic Input/Output System program is initialized.

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A checksum is computed as an error-detecting code, to protect the BIOS settings stored in CMOS.
Each time the computer is turned on, this number is re-computed; and checked against stored values.

If they do not match an error message is generated, to tell you the CMOS memory contents may have been corrupted; and therefore some settings may be wrong.
Your BIOS assumed the settings were incorrect, and loaded BIOS default settings; stored in BIOS.

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CMOS Checksum Error Defaults - Loaded

New battery? Nope didn't help.
Clear CMOS, and password reset? Nope didn't help.

Leaves Virus as the problem, or hardware component/s on motherboard; are bad.

My thoughts?
Bad motherboard.

("BAD motherboard. NO,...........you know you have been bad,....don't give me that look. You're a bad motherboard."

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That's my diagnosis.


(Unless you put the CMOS battery in upside down.
+ goes UP)

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