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System initialization has failed

I started a v5 flybook and got this error message "System initialization has failed! Do you want to continue booting?" The options are "Continue" and "Run Setup". I clicked on continue and it booted normally. But after shutting down and disconnecting from power, i started the pc again and it did the same. Please what are the possible causes and how can it be solved.

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You have to replace the CMOS battery. Contact info@flybooksupport.com for more assistance. They helped me with this.

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Do a system restore back to the point it was last working.
hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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