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Motherboard Bios During start up of my PC I incounter problem to continue the operating system. I press always the F1 on my key board.

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90% your cmos battery is lost charge,replace with new one and start the pc
your problem solved i hope
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prasanna

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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