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Failure to go to setup or display boot devices

My laptop when switched on can only ask me to press f1 for bios and f12 for boot devices. when i press any of the two, it cant go beyond this. it only ends on loading boot devices or entering bios. this can take more than 1 hour without any result. what could be the cause?

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Try changing Motherboard battery it is probably flat

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