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In the very first beginning of starting mine PC, the last week, I have the problem that I have to give the time and date of the starting-day before the program starts on with the procedure. Is there on the mainboard a battary which I have to renew? If so can you give me the codenumber of it? Or is this a software problem? Thanks in advance for your help. Regards, Harry Stoof.

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