Question about Computers & Internet
This is likely because the CMOS battery on your motherboard has gone bad. It needs to be replaced. Usually it is a CR2032, available most anywhere. After installed, you'll get the message again, just go into BIOS and set your date and time and then you won't see it anymore.
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Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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