Question about Intel Motherboard
The bios chip has lost it's settings (time, date, hard drive parameters, etc).
The usual cause is the onboard battery has given up and needs to be replaced which is an easy job.
It's possible that you may have a virus (used to be a more common problem a few years ago), or the motherboard itself is faulty.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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