Question about ASUS P5kpl Se Motherboard Intel G31 Lga 775
I have replaced the battery on the motherboard and reflash it ,hoping that would fix the problem but it has not done so. If I go into the BIOS and set the time and date the system does not remember the settings and the same window appears on rebooting. If I press F2 and continue with the default values everything is fine until I come to reboot again. I should say that the computer has run very well for a long time and no new hardware was installed just prior to the onset of this problem. I look forward to hearing from you guys in due course, Thanks and best wishes,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just replacing the battery will not set anything. You have to do the setting of the values. If you can run setup by pressing F1, then do that and set all the settings and then save before exiting. Make sure you save the settings by choosing the correct exit and re-boot option.
If the settings cannot be set nor saved, then make sure the poser is off or pull the plug from the wall outlet, then short the bios with the jumper to short the bios. This will reset the bios to the default settings. Turn on the system and then go to the bios settings and set the settings. Then use the reboot option to save the settings.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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Dec 18, 2012 | Lenovo Computers & Internet
You should make sure that all of the BIOS settings in the system are correct, by rebooting the system, going into BIOS setup and double-checking all the values (hopefully against a recent
If you have reset the CMOS memory you need to go into the BIOS setup screen and reconfigure the BIOS. To do that you need to press a key while the computer is booting. Usually F2 but can be other keys. It should tell you on the bottom of the first screen which key to press to enter BIOS setup.
If you don't know the settings the should be one for optimal defaults - use that one. You will also need to reset the time and date.
Save, Exit and re-boot and everything should then work.
This error is not the same as a CMOS Checksum Error, which refers to corrupted values of the CMOS settings, the ones you set through the BIOS setup program. This error means the contents of the BIOS code itself are damaged.
During the boot process you will see on the screen a certain key to press to enter setup
Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
You will also need to set the time and date
In the main or system setup screen you should be able to see the date and time Using your arrow keys navigate to the date and change the date. Once highlighted on the month, day, or year, press your arrow keys or your page up / page down keys to change the date.
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Nov 18, 2011 | Toshiba Equium 2000 (PV1065E0-011FR) PC...
For your problem the computer may display a prompt to press F1/F2 or any other key to enter setup each time the computer boots as a reminder on how to enter CMOS. However, if the computer asks to press F1/F2 (or another key) to enter setup and does not continue, this may be caused by any of the below reasons.
New hardware has been recently installed
If new hardware has been recently installed into the computer, it is likely that you are receiving the prompt "Press F1 or F2 to enter setup" because CMOS needs to verify that the new detected hardware is properly being setup in CMOS. Enter CMOS setup and save the settings and exit. If you continue to get errors continue to the next step.
Error or confliction with settings in CMOS
If no new hardware has been added or you continue to get this prompt verify no error or conflictions exist in CMOS. Press the key to enter setup and verify that all settings are correct.
If your time and date are not set correctly, your battery is more than likely bad. Try setting the correct time and date, save the settings and then reboot. If after turning off the computer the time and date get reset again replace the battery.
If the time and date are correct and everything else appears to be correct try resetting the CMOS values to the defaults.
If you continue to receive the prompt to enter setup each time the computer boots up and you have attempted to follow the above suggestions, your CMOS battery is bad. We recommended that the CMOS battery be replaced.
hope this will help you.
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