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D945gzIs (intel mother board d945gzis) Q14vr was bunout replaed, after poweron masage display cmos batry low pres enter key,now m/b not stay in power on justswitchoff.wy it so plz telme what I can do.

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Do you know what wattage your power supply is? have you checked the bios battery is seated properly inside the motherboard? have you checked the CMOS clear pins are in normal mode and not in CMOS clear mode? its probably going to be one of the 3 things i mentioned above(P.S bad power supply's take out the hardware they're attached to everyday all over the world)

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