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DURING STARTUP MY COMPUTER IS SHOWING FAILURE OF CMOS BATTERY AND IT GET S/W OFF AUTOMETICALLY. I ALREADY CHANGED THE BATTERY. WHEN I SWITCH ON UPS THE SYSTEM AUTOMETICALLY START BOOTING I NEED NOT TO PRESS POWER SWITCH OR RESET SWITCH.

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When the system is running you need to set the date and time. or set it in the BIOS. Access to the bios varies from board to board but is usually "f2", "del" or sometimes "f10" the relevant button is displayed on the splash screen. The reason it auto starts can be cahnged in the BIOS as well.

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SOURCE: motherboard not booting and showing F4 cmos/cnpv

If showing a cmos problem, try pulling out the cmos battery (round circle battery) on the motherboard and wait 30 seconds, then place the battery back in. If you can't get to the bios still, then go out and buy a new cmos battery, or order from a site such as newegg.com

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