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I have this problem... when i disconnect power cord from comuter it's bios forgets settings. Any comments? I've changed mobo battery and running latest bios version

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Motherboard is bad

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1. I strongly suggest you clean the dust off your motherboard and other internal components, it is possible that may be culprit if nothing was changed since the last time you used.

2. if something was in fact changed and cleanning does not resolve issue try the following to recover the hardware default status, and then making the motherboard work again:

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