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Asus p4ge-mx on booting i get message microprocessor changed press f1 to continue or del to enter setup every time when i boot the system once it is shut down and mains is shut off. the mb is asus make p4ge-mx

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The onboard battery that keeps the CMOS or BIOS settings is bad. It's a large flat battery that looks a lot like a watch battery just larger. Carefully remove it and get a replacement. Numbers for the replacement should be on top of the old battery.

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