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Have to press f1 after change new battrey

Even after changing new battries i have to press f1 enter date and time eveytime is switch on my computer.How much and which sdram does my motherboard support ,d845 wn board.

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The D845HV and D845WN desktop boards have been designed to
support DIMMs based on 512 Mbit technology up to 3 GB, but this
technology has not been validated on these boards.

Reset bios to default settings and replace battery

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