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It showing me "f1" and not saving my given bios setting
Try entering BIOS and loading defaults (save and exit). This will clear all custom settings, so be sure you are comfortable doing so. Then save with new settings.
You may need a new CMOS battery if you you still can't save.
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bios Can't Memorise Seting.
when you enter your bios and make changes you must save those changes before you exit normally this by pressing f10 wich will save the bios and then exit, and reboot the computer.......
i hope this is what your looking for.......if not please clarify the question for me.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
What model compaq?
Have you tried HP.com ? If OEM they will have the driver. If not I use driverguide.com for drivers I can't find. mysleuth
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
This sounds like your battery may be bad or not locked into place fully. Also on the mother board there is a cmos jumper that is used to clear your bios check to make sure the jumper is set correctly an also inspect the jumper to make sure it will make good contact to the jumper posts. Good luck I hope this helps. Also when you set the time in your bios make sure to exit with f 10 key or whatever the save and exit key is for you bios.
Posted on May 15, 2009
SOURCE: unable to save date in m/b bios
make sure your using new cmos battery not yet been use and then set date in your bios and save it after finish.
still doesn't work?
try update your cmos that migth be the problem note! remember always take care of the risk on updating flashing cmos on power interuption never power off if still flashing. or if you update and flush it before it might be a bad flash of your cmos try bring it up to early state or restore your backup cmos firmware or download it to its main manufacture
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Have you tried to update the bios? One of the latest versions BIOS Update [DPP3510J.86A] 07/15/09. But verify to ensure that you download the correct bios for your board. There are a few options available. Also check the jumper pins for the bios on the motherboard normal or (default) setting is pins 1-2 jumped.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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