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Message before boot

The following message appears and cant' boot:

"RTC battery is low or CMOS checksum is inconsistent"

Even that I press [F1] as mentioned, to set date/time, nothing happens, what can cause this message?

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  • megcie33 Aug 28, 2008

    I tried to buy a new cmos but nobody has one with the wires attached to it. where do i get it? I dont have to solder them on myself do i? i tried to tape them to the battery i got but it didn't work

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Plz try by changing the cmos battey

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