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My pc have bios problems when i power up then my pc is start up directly without tocuhing the pc start buttom ,Actually when i touched my pc motherboard battery (cell) and jumber for breaking the password then it happend.even i shut it down properly,when i start pc it give beep and stand on F4 for reseting time and date and always appear even i change my battery for it .

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Go back into BIOS and reset the time and date even if it is correct. Change it to the wrong time then change it back. See if that clears the error. While you are in BIOS check around on each of the menus see if anything says bypass on start up...or something to that affect. Finally, are you sure the battery is not in upside down? That would cause you some funky problems also.

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i had just solved this problem yesterday, there this symptom below please checked.

1.won't boot after power on button 2.LED on motherboard is light

3.unable to BIOS setting screen 4.CPU fan doesn't work


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