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  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    Sir ,

    Yes I have the same problem,Do have any solution please.

  • bungo_singh Dec 10, 2008

    Dera Sir ,
    I have tried but same problem is there Checksum bad please help .

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    Teis Thomsen May 11, 2010

    what is it you want?

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Whether it shows your cmos checksum error press F1 to continue or f2 to load default.? If this is the problem than kindly switch off the system check for the cmos battery and change the cmos battery and set the date and time properly in the bios and save it by pressing F10.This will resolve your problem.and if not than check the jumper setting on the motherboard is it set to clear cmos and if so kindly remove and set it properly to adjacent jumper ok. Have a nice time.

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