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New CPU installed Message

Every time when I shut down my PC and Power on again befor the IDEs recognizer the screen show me this message: New CPU installed! pleaas enter to Bios to configure your system Press F1 for enter set up Press F2 for load default settings ... after any kind of change that I do, or just entering and save or load default settings the windows start without problem, but, when I shut down and shut of the elecric of the PC the message appear again. I thank any atentions (please Im not english speaker excuseme any kinds of gramaticals errors)

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    Alex Gutierrez Apr 14, 2007

    Thanks a Lot, I going to try doing that, and I let you know right here

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    Alex Gutierrez Apr 20, 2007

    I try changing the battery like you explaint me and nothin, the self problem continue.

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    Alex Gutierrez Jun 07, 2007

    Can be it somehow a jumper configuration problem?

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I had the same problem and I found the jumper to reset CMOS was missing from the motherboard. If you have manual for the motherboard, it shows where the terminal is and it should have jumper on pins 1 & 2, it is the default setting. This is the terminal to reset CMOS. Hope this will help.

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It will probably be your cmos battery that is flat and losing the saved settings, this can be located on the motherboard, it is a flat disc shape (CR2032)

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