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I was remive my cmoss. My mobo tyoe is xtrem gm45
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I can't get what exactly you mean by "wrong values" If you mean jumpers, you need to refer the motherboard user manual. If it's with the Bios settings, just remove the bios battery and leave it outside for few mins (max 5 mins) and reinsert, it'll be ok, there should be no more problem with your settings. Good luck..

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SOURCE: Bios setting Utility for asrock Motherboard P4VM8

i would set the bios back to default to cure any problems.....to do this the easy way i would take out the battery on the motherboard.....it looks like a watch battery and the numbers on the battery are usually 3023 or 2032.....levae it out for 10 minutes minimum and then instal it again the same way you took it out....thatll clear the bios and reset the settings. try that and tell me what happens.

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i would set the bios back to default to cure any problems.....to do this the easy way i would take out the battery on the motherboard.....it looks like a watch battery and the numbers on the battery are usually 3023 or 2032.....levae it out for 10 minutes minimum and then instal it again the same way you took it out....thatll clear the bios and reset the settings. try that and tell me what happens.

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