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Motherboard with mistake in the initialization

It shows that!!!
CMOS SETTINGS WRONG
CMOS DATE/TIME NOT SET
OVERCLOCKING FAILED! PLEASE ENTER SETUP TO RE-CONFIGURES YOUR SYSTEM
and I changed the battery these days
configuration
Plate of video NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200
1Memoria RAM 256Mb 333Mhz
1Memoria RAM 256Mb 400Mhz
Processor Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz
I already did of everything and I don't know the cause I await answer
Respectfully JARBAS BRASIL

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    some problem happened on my PC.

    the error message shown up when on the PC:

    overclock failed

    press F1...



    sometimes my HDD not dtected and said that my HDD was not on properly.

    please anyone can solve this?

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After changing the battery the problem is suppose to stop but since it continues i think u have to set the date and then save the changes made after saving cos is not all about changing batteries most times too the new batteries u just bought may be bad as well. so set the date and time then save changes i think it shoukld work well.
thank u

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