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Press F1 to resume

When i started my pc it have power and started narmally and gives me this message (not enough space inrun time area.smbios data will not be available.press F1 to resume) and when iam press F1 going vere will pls informe me???

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Try changing the CMOS battery (leave the battery out for 5mins then replace with new 1) if that does not work flash the BIOS

Let me know how you get on...
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