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When i start the computer not bootup befor few days its working fine but when i start the computer its need always press f1 to continue i replace the cmos battery but still problem same but now a days its not working finally so what will i do please help me.

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While computer starts before pressing f1 key press del key... you will go into the bios of *********** board... you can change these alert settings there... you will have an option that says wait for F1... select NO to that option and save the settings and exit from bios...

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