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Dear sir i always facing the same problem at the starting of my desktop that your cmos setting wrong press f1 to run set up and f2 to fix the default values.please help me in this regard. thanks biswajit

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It looks like your CMOS battery is running out. Try to replace the new one, enter the CMOS setup and save.

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