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Most motherboards have a set of pins near the BIOS battery which may be labelled CMOS. If there are three pins with a jumper on two of them, then remove the jumper and put it onto the other two pins. Leave this way for a few minutes and then return to the original position. This will usually reset the BIOS. Hope this helps,
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just to clarify, to clear your BIOS, there should be a 3 pin set on your board usually located some where just below your RAM. On the board will be printed something like "CLR" or "CLEAR" move the pin connector, with the power off, from its current position to the middle pin and the open pin. Wait about 15 to 20 seconds and move the connector back to the original position. You have just reset your bios to factory defaults.

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Or this might be: "Memory errors status is now read from the BMC. Because this was not done previously, error status bits have piled up in the BMC and the first time you boot with this BIOS you will probably get a message saying all of your memory is bad (POST error 8601). To clear his status, enter setup/advanced menu and select the 'memory configuration' option. Enable 'memory retest' at the bottom of this menu and you will remove the error message. 'memory retest' option will be reset to 'Disable' in the next reboot.

"Remember to Clear CMOS after each BIOS update. Refer to the Hardware Maintenance Manual or Product Manual for procedures to Clear CMOS."

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I want to the bios intel motherboard d845PEBT2 place sent me


First be clear, do you want to update your BIOS & if so then go through this first: To identify your current BIOS version, check the BIOS version string:
  1. During boot, enter the BIOS setup by pressing F2.
  2. Check the Main menu.
  3. The 4-digit number after the '86A' or '86I' is the current BIOS version, as in this example: MQ96510H.86A.1663.2007.0319.1957
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  • Update the BIOS on your computer only if the newer BIOS version specifically solves a problem you have. We do not recommend BIOS updates for computers that do not need it. You can view all new BIOS fixes in the Release Notes included on the BIOS download page in Download Center.
  • Before initiating a BIOS update, be sure to read and precisely follow the update instructions. You may wish to print the instructions for easy reference.
  • If a BIOS update process is interrupted, your computer may not function properly. We recommend the process be done in an environment with a steady power supply (preferably with UPS).
  • All images in the examples used in the instructions are specific to certain desktop boards and are for illustration purposes only. You need to select the correct BIOS files for your desktop board.
There are up to six methods of updating an Intel® Desktop Board BIOS to the latest version. The number of options made available for any particular board may vary, depending on drive support and BIOS update file size. You only need to use one.

All BIOS update files for Intel® Desktop Boards are available on Intel(link: http://mysearch.intel.com/corporate/default.aspx?culture=en_US&q=d845PEBT2&category=all&adv=0&value=0&searchsubmit.x=30&searchsubmit.y=12).
If simply want to clear the BIOS then either remove the small battery on the MB, wait for a couple of minutes and replace it. Else close to the BIOS chip look for a 3 pin setup on the mother boar with a jumper on two pins Remove the jumper, wait for 10-20 seconds & replace it. That will clear the BIOS.
A word of caution, do not update the BIOS if your PC is working properly. Do it when prompted to,during installing a new software or hardware this message will pop up on the screen.................sodeep

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I am getting 1 long beep and then 6 short ones


Hi canturob,
When a system reports a check sum error the bios is telling you the information stored from the last working boot does not match the current settings stored in the bios. Please power down your MSI system, unplug the power cord. Open the case & clear the bios. Location of JBAT1 on page 3 in manual.
Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1 page 10 in the manual. Remove the battery/cmos. Check it's voltage with a volt meter. It should test to 3volts DC. Anything less & the battery needs to be replaced.
While in the case re-check all data cables & power cables for good connection.
The MSI board uses the Award bios. Your current beep code of 1 long & six short is not a common beep code for the Award bios. See bios beep codes here: http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm

If the battery checks out ok, you may need to update the bios. Go to MSI: http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=utility&maincat_no=1&prod_no=205
To update your MSI bios (Option only if bios clear fails to resolves the check sum issue).

Good luck canturob!
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OK. Found something interesting. There is a little red box with 10 switches on it. The box is an inch long and half a centemetre wide. Each switch is labled in sequence; 1, 2, 3, etc.

There are little charts or tables or whatever on the mainboard that describe what each switch can do.

This one say's:

CLEAR CMOS...............SW1-5....ON
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As another option you could try resetting the jumper. Some boards save the password regardless unless the reset the BIOS by using the resetting jumper. Refer to the motherboard's manual for further information on how to do this.

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