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Memory loss My Lexar is 2 years old.Recently i found a problem wit it.Everytime i switch it off all settings like display colour,equalizer,power save etc are resetted to default.please suggest a sol so that my settings are saved.

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There is a built-in memory that saves your settings and keep the clock working while the device is shut-down. If the device has it built-in. then it's hard to replace it. If it could be replaced then replace it and you are good to go.

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Circuit Description

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