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We cannot save the bios and can't restart

I have a motherboard. i acn't save the setting on the bios and cant restart the machine. If i switch off it is working.

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If you can't save the BIOS settings, then either your BIOS is corrupted or the battery supplying power to your BIOS is dead. The battery looks like a large watch battery on your motherboard. Try replacing that and see if it works then. If not you can either take it to a computer shop to have the BIOS flashed or replace the motherboard.

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