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PROBLEM WITH BIOS

EVERY TIME I TOOK OFF THE POWER CABLE MY COMP. GO BACK TO THE DEFAULT SETTING WHICH MEAN THE PRODUCTION DATE AND OTHER DEFUALT SETTING WHICH MAKE MY HAVE TO ENTER THE BIOS AND ENTER THE DATE OF THE DAY AND YEAR AND OTHER BIOS CONF. KNOW WHAT CAN I DO!!??? AND THANKS.

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    I'm having the same problem, even after changing the CMOS battery. Anyone else encountered this and found a fix?

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First change the cmos battery, if the problem continues update your bios.

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You need to replace the battery on the motherboard the battery is what saves that info


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