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I have amother board. its chipset is STPC Atlas (516BGA). in that problem is whenever i restart the system after restarting my system date & time changed.means what cmos is not saving. So pls Giv me solution of the above problem.
It seems your CMOS battery has failed. You should replace it with the new one. Ask at your local shop for info about CMOS battery you need.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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