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Bios after post - cemos seting wrong Fatal error System holted. in this time if i press restart switch system run normaly.

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    Samuel Spell May 11, 2010

    I need more info. What OS. XP vista 98? To clear c-mos there is a jumper that must be moved and the battery removed this will reset back to default. Please I need lots more info to help you but can fix the problem. Must know all motherboard info and all add on cards and devices being used. It may be and OS operating system problem or just a driver or bios setting. What type of system bare bones or hp,gateway,other?

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