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You need to reset your bios.
To reset your bios, power down your computer, unplug power cable.
open the chassis and find the jumper that labeled clrtc1 near the button battery. First remove the battery. move the jumper cap from pin 1-2 to 2-3. Keep the jumper cap there for 5 ~ 10 seconds. Then put back to pin 1-2. Replace the battery. Plug the power and turn on the computer.
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