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Ibm bios problem

I have ibm (82845) system. first time when i switch on the cpu, the power LED is glowing ON but on display. i need to press the power switch untill the power LED is OFF. once i press the power switch
the led automatically goes OFF within 5 sec. third time i need to press the power switch , then only the system gets ON.

the same problem is in more than 30 nos of systems.

pls help me to solve this problem

thank you

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  • msumil Jan 04, 2009

    Can you please describe the model number (or model name) of IBM pc (like Televista)? B'coz I have also same problem and I am searching for a Bios Chip if You have number of same model PCs you can get the Bios Chips flashed by an expert or flash the another chip compatible to BIOS and then place the same on the M/B
    Milind
    milind.chutke@gmail.com

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