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Re: Bios Can't Memorise Seting.
When you enter your bios and make changes you must save those changes before you exit normally this by pressing f10 wich will save the bios and then exit, and reboot the computer.......
i hope this is what your looking for.......if not please clarify the question for me.
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If you changed the CMOS battery you in effect reset it. On boot up, go into the BIOS setup and check all settings. Even if you don't change any of the BIOS settings, save them as if you did and it will reboot. Should be OK then.
Access you computer's BIOS settings , usually when starting the PC the BIOS will state the Keyboard key to press to enter setting (i.e on a Dell press F2 to enter settings, HP it's F12 etc...) Once within the BIOS settings scroll though the setting and pages and you will an option to "Load Default Settings" , select and Save (you will asked to save any changes on exit, almost all BIOS's Save and Exit setting with the F10 key.
Option 2: Physical Rest of the Computers Motherboard settings:
you need to remove and replace the CMOS battery on the motherboard, this battery looks very similar to a watch battery and usually rate for 10 -15 years battery life, it's role is to trickle fee power to the BasicInput/Output System (BIOS) Chip that all computers contain.
* Acess to the Computer , may require a Phillips Head Screwdriver * A small flat bladed screwdiver or a pair of tweezers * A steady-ish hand !
Open the case and locate the small round silver battery on the motherboard, remove the battery (may require releasing a small srping catch), relax for 3 minutes , replace and when the computer is restarted the BIOS and CMOS setting are at factory default.
Remember you will need to reconfigure you BIOS for :
Time/Date Boot Order and possibly other settings.
This is a situation where the Motherboard Manual can be a useful asset.
BIOS Loses Date and Time (or Changed Settings Not Saved) A coin-cell battery (CR2032) powers the real-time clock and CMOS memory. When the voltage of the CMOS battery drops below a certain level, the BIOS Setup program settings stored in CMOS RAM (for example, the date and time) might not be accurate. If you find that date and time is incorrect or if you make BIOS setting changes but they are not saved, replace the battery with an equivalent one.
Risk of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type. Batteries should be recycled where possible. Disposal of used batteries must be in accordance with local environmental regulations.
To replace the battery, follow these steps:
Turn off all peripheral devices connected to the computer. Disconnect the computer’s power cord from the AC power source (wall outlet or power adapter).
Remove the computer cover.
Locate the battery on the board.
With a medium flat-bladed screwdriver, gently pry the battery free from its connector. Note the orientation of the “+” and “-” on the battery.
Install the new battery in the connector, orienting the “+” and “-” correctly.
Its due to your default CMOS setup does not match with your CPU configuration especially with CPU speed.
To fixed the above problem goto BIOS and navigate settings of CPU, speed etc. Set the speed with the proper value as per manual. And save the settings.
Infuture when you will load default, at that time also set the CPU settings.
The CMOS battery might not be connected properly or may be its not producing enough power as per needed by board. So have a look with another battery. Also clean the connection point of the CMOS battery.
That's the 2nd time i hear that kind of problem. Your mboard battery is new, and you did not press "f1" at first start.
so i guess , the cmos time is not change, try go to the bios setup and load "bios setup default." after that change the time setting on the bios. please find time setting and set it with a current ime in your area. after setting press 'F10" to save and exit the setting, the system will restart.
Try setting the BIOS settings to Auto detect any IDE Devices.
Try using a spare Molex Power Connector
Try using a space IDE\SATA Cable. Make sure all are properly locked down into the sockets. (Mobo and HDD)
SOUNDS and VIBRATION
Since all HDD's are mechanical devices they produce sounds and vibration. Make sure they have this else its a powre problem or your HDD is defective.
If you are having trouble with Newly bought items save your self from headaches by returning them and
demand a replacement or a refund! You may have purchased a reconditioned\repaired\factory defect product.