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CMOS bad message being displayed

Hai friends,
when I switch on the plug My system is getting started though I didn't switch on the CPU, It starts soon after I switch on the plug switch and a message being displayed as"
Cmos/cheksom bad press F4, to set date and time",
I have changed my CMOS battery, even after that also, same message being displayed, every time it is asking to enter date and time,
earlier when I switch on plug switch(Switch board) my system was not getting started untill I press( switch on) the CPU on/off button ,
what should i do?
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  • my_d21 May 11, 2010

    sounds risky but might have to reflash bios with either an update or same version. some more information to computer specs to motherboard model would help..

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What you should do? here is what you do.....a simple idea....replace the CMOS battery and 100% it will work good...it will not bugging you everytime you open the pc....check,i need to share only my experience.

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