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Restart problem I have a ASUS G1 and whenever i restart or turn on it resets everything I changed back. How do I keep the changes I've made?

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Do you mean BIOS changes if you change anything inBIOS when you come out from it you should be asked do you want to save changes sometimes on the popup you have to enterthe letter Y and enter or it could come up with a box with yes or no in it you must highlight the yes tab

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I would assume you mean the CMOS. Try to check if the reset jumper is set. Check the board manual for the right jumper setting for it. Also Try changing the CMOS better as this is the one storing the information. You can purchase a batter from any electrical or hardware supply.

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