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Boot up problem

I have an Epox 9NPA3 mb. It's a year old. First it was booting up only to bios. Next it was rolling to a safe mode start up screen. I enter in safe mode ( as well as all other options available) the Windows logo flashes and then it reboots all over. It flashes several error codes including 75, 94, 26, and 7F. Bios doesn't find any drives. Tried auto-detect drive. Only finds CD drive, but only temporarily. Next time in bios no drives are found. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Sounds as if you need to change your cmos battery (Cr2032 on motherboard) first of all as i'ts a very cheap item to replace, then set the bios up again, then try to boot, if still no boot you may need an operating system repair.

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