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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 05, 2009
CMOS batteries last at least twenty years. Why is it that people get so enchanted with mother Board and BIOS. That area of a computer is the most delcate and you guys hit it with hammers and scredrivers. On the serious side, the clues you gave me seem to be that the registry has been tampered with. I think (and I have been wrong so many times) you need a re-installation of the windows. When you do this push the "R" on the second time and you will be charged with one windows install. I never paid any attention and I had to buy a new disk for windows... Thank you for your consideration and your choice to choose our service. My name is Constantin (arzconst is my internal nickname for Fixya.com).
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
This error can be caused by many things. The first and easiest thing to try is this. Start up your computer and enter the bios by hitting the delete key repeatedly as it begins to turn on. Look at the tabs on the top of the screen and go to the last tab on the right, select it, and choose "load bios default settings" or similiar. Exit and save. If it boots up fine check you are done. If not you will need to remove the side panel of your computer to gain access to the motherboard (unplug the power first). You are going to clear the cmos memory and reset it back to default from factory. To do this you can use the "clear cmos" jumpers, if you are unsure how to do that then simply locate the battery and carefully remove it. The battery is a coin sized disc (like a watch battery). Remove the battery for at least 5 minutes. You can push the power button while it is out to help dissapate any charge left in the circuit. Replace the battey, close your computer case, and plug it in. Now you will need to enter the bios the same way as before and on the first page displayed you will have to reset the date and time. Save and exit your bios and start your computer. If you continue to have a problem your cmos battery on the motherboard may need to be replaced.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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