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On every switch on the F1 is being asked ,even after entering the BIOS setup and disabling it every time but time and date doesn't change its same as it is....

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This is probably your CMOS battery from what I can gather from your description. I would try replacing that as it is a fairly cheap battery.

Posted on Jan 07, 2012

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