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CMOS setting distrubed for mercury PVM7 ver 1 board

When i starts the cpu it shows that cmos setting changed default loaded press F1 to continue and del to enter bios
how will i get the bios/cmos setting coz sometimes it don't even boot just display the board

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  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    giving f1 error on startup even iwas chainged cmos battery then also its giving same error

  • jason May 11, 2010

    unhook all external devices , then pull the battery from the motherboard , and try to start it up

    does that make the computer start up? what happen when you hit the f1 key ?

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Just press del to enter to the cmos and then change the date and time of cmos and press F10 to save your configeration if you start the cpu again and if you see the message "press F1 to continue and del to enter bios it time to replace your cmos battery inside of cpu is like a coin inside of your computer

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