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Prompt to enter setup when started

I use Intel D865GBF mother board with BIOS version BF86510A.86A.0060.P16. When Does I starts my system, it always displays entering setup press F4 to resume. What shall I do to overcome this problem?. Please give me a solution.

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Press del to enter to cmos and set to load setup default and select exit and save changes and if happen again replace your cmos battery.

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