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PC start directly

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I have one problem is that when i open the pc from main switch it has open direclty without touch the pc startup button even i shut it down properly.When i power on pc by main power button then give a beep and appear on screen F4 for reset time and date. I have to do set it every time when i start it. I have change my pc battery also still problem continue. Please help me.

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  • sanjay142 Mar 03, 2009

    I open the pc mean When normally when people start pc first put Main switch and then power button of CPU. In my case When I start Main switch PC starts from Power automatically even I don't press power button of CPU, then after one beep and screen ask to press F4 This will reset time and date also in cmos

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    Frank May 11, 2010

    check the CMOS locked pin on the motherboard.

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Reset the bios jumper

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Explain what you mean when you say 'when i open the pc from main switch'.
Also, something you should try is updating the CMOS, or in other words flashing the BIOS firmware. Go to your motherboards manufacturers website and see if there are any BIOS updates for it.

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Dear sir
I open the pc mean When normally when people start pc first put Main switch and then power button of CPU. In my case When I start Main switch PC starts from Power automatically even I don't press power button of CPU, then after one beep and screen ask to press F4 This will reset time and date also in cmos

i am change cmos battery but my problem is not solf

plz help me

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