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Save & exit in ibm motherboard of bios setting

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Press ESC or look for the save and exit submenu.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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Battery dead & BIOS reset. CD & DVD drives lost.


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Make sure your CD/DVD drive was set-upped as first boot. You can do that changing the BIOS settings. You need to press (one of the following keys depending on the motherboard) either F2, TAB, DEL, F10. then, go to Boot Device Priority, set the CD/DVD as first boot, SAVE your settings, Insert your OS CD, save and Exit.

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You probably need to replace the BIOS battery. This battery is small and on the inside of the laptop connected to the motherboard. It stores the BIOS settings, date and time. If this battery becomes worn out then it will cause your issue. First try and press F1. Navigate to the last tab and select to restore defaults, then save and exit. If the computer boots up fine but the next time you use it the same message appears then you need a new BIOS battery. Alternatively your HDD may be damaged if it cannot find a boot device. Check your HDD is recognised on the boot menu by pressing F12, select it and press enter and your OS should boot. Hope this helps,
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Once you reset the bios everything goes to manufactures default settings. You will need to make some changes within the bios. You'll need the help of the manual. See page 3-20.
If your operating system is loaded on to the ATA IDE drive make sure you set bios settings as follows:
Connect the ATA IDE to MB primary master IDE port.
Connect the ATA SATA drive to the MB's first SATA port.

ATA Configuration
Set as, [P-ATA+S-ATA]
S-ATA Keep [Enabled] Set to [Yes] This enables the SATA controller.
P-ATA Keep [Enabled] Set to [Yes] This enables the IDE controller.
On-chip IDE configuration, "ATA Configuration = [P-ATA+S-ATA]".
Next go to Boot menu. Make sure the ATA IDE drive is chosen as boot device three.
First boot device [Floppy] (If you have a floppy disk drive connected.)
Second boot device would be [DVD/CD-ROM] drive. This should be connected to the MB's secondary IDE port & the DVD/CD-ROM drives Master/Slave jumper, set to Master.
Third boot device [ATA IDE drive]
If your boot drive is the SATA drive than set: third boot device to the SATA drive.
(Hard disk drive with operating system loaded on it).
Save your changes & exit the bios.
Keep in mind all ATA SATA drives are seen as Master drives. SATA drives are seen by the SATA controller & in order by their connection to the SATA port number.
Save & exit the bios. The system will auto restart. Windows should start.

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I have a r40 ibm laptop problem is date & time error i replaced cmos battery update bios but still problem now


Assuming that you used the correct battery go ahead and unplug and replug the cmos batter back into its connector.

Go into the BIOS and set the date and time properly. Then unplug the battery and save the changes and exit.

See if the message comes back, if it doesn't then your good to go. If the message still comes back then the motheroard isn't keeping memeory at all.

Go ahead and shut off the machine for about 15 minutes. Then only plug the ac adapter up and hopefully the message stays away. If it does then that means the battery is good and your motherboard is good as well.

if you leave it off and then turn the laptop on and that error message comes back then you need to change out the motherboard.

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This sounds like your battery may be bad or not locked into place fully. Also on the mother board there is a cmos jumper that is used to clear your bios check to make sure the jumper is set correctly an also inspect the jumper to make sure it will make good contact to the jumper posts. Good luck I hope this helps. Also when you set the time in your bios make sure to exit with f 10 key or whatever the save and exit key is for you bios.

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The security device plugs into the left front of the MB as viewed from the front. It is approximately 1.5" x 2 inches in size. they sometimes come loose form the socket when a system is moved. Open the case and see if it is there and loose. If completely gone, then you need to contact your MB supplier for either the device, a new board or a factory reprogram of the board to disable the missing device.

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