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Cmos problem I did try but always the same error message!!!!

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If you didn't get to the CMOS setup page then it will always show the same error. You have to press it many times (not just press it once) Or maybe it is not the DEL key. If I were you I will keep pressing DEL, F2, F10 or F12 a few time (using both hands). The timing here is crucial because the system only allow a few seconds to go to the CMOS setup menu.

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    "always message to press F4 at the time of star up". this problem happen when CMOS detect any error. is also happen if CMOS battery fail (Chack sum error).

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