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CMOS Error Every time when i boot my computer i get this type of error as follow CMOS Checksum Error - Default loaded same thing

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  • kanishakauw Oct 15, 2008

    pls solve this

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2 things, first, you simply need to replace the cmos coin cell battery or worst case scenario, your processor may already be on its way to failing.

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