Question about Computers & Internet
Reasons could be:
1. BIOS battery is dead.
2. RAM chip has loosen up in the slot.
Open the CPU, and look for BIOS cell (it would look like a quarter coin). Try replacing that. Also check for RAM; take it out clean it with a dry cloth, blow the slot with dry air to take out dust particles and place it firmly back into the slot.
Hope this would kick start your PC again.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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