Question about Computers & Internet
Open your computer, Try replacing the bios battery, Its about the size of a quarter and on a desktop its usually easily accessible once you remove the side panel, on a laptop it is little more difficult, Thats where I would start the battery can be purchases at radio shack or walmart even.
Thats where I would start,
Checksum errors like that usually indicate that the small battery is losing power. Without getting to technical the reason it happens is because that little battery powers a small memory chip on the motherboard that run pre boot checks to insure your computer is functioning on a hardware level.
The part number for this battery for most computers is CR2032. it also helps to pull your out first and bring it with you to the store..
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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