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CMOS NOT SAVING IN MY MOTHERBOARD

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.

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  • rakkhatal_19 Jan 16, 2009

    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.& i also replaced the cmos battery.

  • rakkhatal_19 Jan 17, 2009

    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.& i also replaced the cmos battery.

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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.

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