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Hi melnavz, by the way thanks.as i said before,i press already f1 at the start ,set the time & date before saving(f10) ..everything is set..if i going to restart it..setting stood still..but if you turn-off..the settings is gone.. one thing more .if turn the computer on everytime the errors occurs.i need to press f1 for setting of time & date...f10 for saving..i believe theres something wrong with my unit... can you give me some any possible advices? more power to you hamlet

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Hello!
Make sure that the battery hold firmly in the mother board and should no be drain out or busted to hold the time setting in the cmos. this is the only things that you need to observe. if the system keeps on asking the setting then battery is the main problems that cannot hold the time setting in the cmos.

tell me if problem still occur.

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