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Always f2 i'll try to configure in cmos but when i save and exit it does not save...coz its always f2 and the message display is wrong cmos setting....the last time i did was.i'll try to upgrade the memory from ddr 333 to pc 3200.my bord is asrock p4ip45gv rev.5.0 and intel cel D 2.26ghz/256/533.what should i do...

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Maybe you have put a jumper in your cmos..

Posted on May 14, 2008

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If the cmos wont save you may have to change the cmos battery,the little button cell also check to see if the jumper for cmos is in the correct position.

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If I understand correctly your saying when you exit the cmos, id doesn't save your changes. Make sure when you exit you select the option to save and exit. If that doesn't work, your cmos battery is dead. Look in the mobo manual to find out what replacement battery you need.

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