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Asus motherboard p4dvm bios version 1104 bios checksum error press F1 to setup F2 to load default

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  • bungo_singh Dec 09, 2008

    Dear Sir,
    I have Same Problem Please no help I updated the bios but no use

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First you can check the cmos battery is good.then enter F1 & load default settiigs in the menu.

again the problem comes you can check the bios jumper is in normal mode .if it is in clear mode change to normal mode.

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Achanged the motherboard battery yet, this is the main couse of such a problem.

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