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Is the problem is within the cmos battery
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please reset cmos to factory defaults.
Then enter the bios setup and configure it and save changes.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Perhaps the CMOS jumper is in the incorrect position, making poor contact, or there is no CMOS jumper at all.
You can probably get a jumper diagram online, by searching the model number. If you have that manual, then that will probably do as well. Just look for where it should be and then double check to make sure it is in the right position.
Another possible explanation would be circuitry damage, in which case you may have to buy a new motherboard. Somehow that battery is not giving the CMOS power.
And a far-fetched third explanation would be it was not "year-2000" compatible. LoL. Maybe it freaks out on the date... Just random speculation though.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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