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Intel D865GBF mobo won't start with battery installed

My mobo battery finally went dead so could boot but would have to set the CMOS date and time each time. I replaced the battery (3v) but now it will only boot up with the battery out. I pop it in after post.
Any reason why? and a fix.

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Clear the bios ... with the power fully disconnected...

then reset the bios to the correct features for the system arrangement..

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