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Please follow the following step to correct this error:

1. Change the CMOS battery,
2. Reset the CMOS Settings by using the CMOS Jumpers on the Motherboard.
3. Start the PC, enter BIOS setup.
4. Load the default settings
5. Save, Exit and restart the PC

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Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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