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GA-G41M-ES2 cmos clear password - Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L Motherboard

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SOURCE: mather board Gigabyte Ga-G41M CMOS checksum error -Defaults loaded and keyboard and Mouse are not working

Replace the battery and make sure it has a good connection in it's seat. Download and reflash the BIOS again. The original download file may have been corrpted. If those steps don't fix it then there are only a couple remaining things that could be happening:

1) Bad CMOS memory chip. This does happen. It's a small, couple K battery backed chip. The chip itself, mainboard tracings or circuitry leading to it could go bad or be defective.

2) Mainboard is shorting on the case somewhere. The tracings on the mainboard can definately short/ground or have periodic shorts causing the cmos memory to become corrupt.

3) Something electromagnetic is effecting the CMOS memory. A poorly shielded fan or other magnetic source is wiping out the CMOS memory periodically. You don't have like a refridgerator magnet on the side of the case do you? :D

4) Temperature. If for some reason your mainboard has a hot-spot, excessive temperatures for the CMOS chip can cause it's contents to scramble.

5) Unstable power. If one of your voltage rails from the PSU is bad, it can wipe CMOS memory contents. Get a hardware monitor and let it run to watch voltage ranges.

6) BIOS virus. Some virus attack the BIOS/CMOS memory space. Run a full scan and if you cannot afford a good virus program, try AVIRA. Even if your system comes up clean, look for patterns in usage (like a particular CD you use when it happens, etc.etc.)

I'd say it's most likely just a bad chip/mainboard. I've seen this before.


Posted on Jun 14, 2012

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SOURCE: mather board Gigabyte Ga-G41M CMOS checksum error -Defaults loaded

Replace the battery and make sure it has a good connection in it's seat. Download and reflash the BIOS again. The original download file may have been corrpted. If those steps don't fix it then there are only a couple remaining things that could be happening:

1) Bad CMOS memory chip. This does happen. It's a small, couple K battery backed chip. The chip itself, mainboard tracings or circuitry leading to it could go bad or be defective.

2) Mainboard is shorting on the case somewhere. The tracings on the mainboard can definately short/ground or have periodic shorts causing the cmos memory to become corrupt.

3) Something electromagnetic is effecting the CMOS memory. A poorly shielded fan or other magnetic source is wiping out the CMOS memory periodically. You don't have like a refridgerator magnet on the side of the case do you? :D

4) Temperature. If for some reason your mainboard has a hot-spot, excessive temperatures for the CMOS chip can cause it's contents to scramble.

5) Unstable power. If one of your voltage rails from the PSU is bad, it can wipe CMOS memory contents. Get a hardware monitor and let it run to watch voltage ranges.

6) BIOS virus. Some virus attack the BIOS/CMOS memory space. Run a full scan and if you cannot afford a good virus program, try AVIRA. Even if your system comes up clean, look for patterns in usage (like a particular CD you use when it happens, etc.etc.)

I'd say it's most likely just a bad chip/mainboard. I've seen this before.
Good Luck!

Posted on Jun 14, 2012

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TRY WITH CLEAR CMOS.IT MAY HELP.

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After power on beeper beeps 9 times and computer doesn't working. What is it? Motherboard ga-g41m-es2l


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Turn OFF the PC

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There is a CLR CMOS jumper on that MB next to the SYS FAN 2 connector by the IDE header

open = no clr
jumped= Clear CMOS

From the manual page 32

Use this jumper to clear the CMOS values (e.g. date information and BIOS configurations) and

reset the CMOS values to factory defaults. To clear the CMOS values, place a jumper cap on the

two pins to temporarily short the two pins or use a metal object like a screwdriver to touch the two

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• Always turn off your computer and unplug the power cord from the power outlet before

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Forgot my password how to you clear the password


hi if you want clear BIOS password you need clear CMOS by pull up jumper witch is locate below IDE_1 socket on your motherboard
take a look in manual

http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Manual/motherboard_manual_8s661fxm-775_20_e.pdf

i hope it help please rate it
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You can clear the password by clearing the CMOS. Your manual will show you how to clear the CMOS, If you don't have a manual, go to the gigabyte support website, enter your motherboard model, and you can download the manual

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