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CMOS SETUP WRONG

I have VIA P4VMM2 motherboard, whenever i switch on my PC its showing cmos setup wrong n also replaced new cmos... plz solve this problem

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Go into the bios setup and change it

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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Reinitializing the BIOS
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