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Cmos date n time is not setting. i change battery the it date sets for 2 day. after that for every switch on it shows message that say ' boios is not set' . I realy wanted to get rid of this... please help me

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I am change the CMOS batterybut after restarting the time and date is not set........pls help the proplem.........
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Hi, How do u do?? My name is Babak, and I'm here to help you.
1. unplug the power cord. 2. unplug the battery and plug it again, make sure it sit perfect. 3. plug the power cord and turn on the computer. 4. press delete 2 time per sec. 5. Set the time and date in "MAIN" tab. 6. go to the "EXIT" Tab and select "Save and Exit" 7. it will be OK.
if you still have the same problem, you must buy a new battery. if replacing the battery dosent work you should go for RMA.
Keep in touch with me. Babak

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Check the CMOS Reset jumper. Also check weather the battery is assembled properly or not.

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Chek smos errer


You have described you problem incorrectly. I guess the error mess is "CMOS Cheksome error. " I guess.

This messenger comes due to following situations.
1. CMOS battery low. Check for the CMOS battery (most commonly CR2032) power if it is low this message can appear.
2. BIOS has been reset on purpose or by a fault. Set time date and other settings.
3. Motherboard problem. Rarely motherboard will have this issue with CMOS or with the battery powerline making it to lose CMOS Setteings. Change the motherboard or live with it.

Regards

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How to verify that the CMOS battery needs to replace


<p>The CMOS battery is named after the Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor power. The CMOS has the current date and time functions for desktop and laptop computers. It allows the computer to automatically adjust the time, even on computers that are disconnected for long time. When a computer no longer has the date and time and forget it on every boot, the CMOS battery probably needs replacing. Some computers have messages when the battery is weak, while others just lose the current date and time after each shutdown.<br /> <p>Time & Date Errors<span> </span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p>1. Turn on the computer. Look in the task bar at the bottom right. Make sure the date and time is set correctly. Double-click the time and click the up or down arrow to switch to the correct time. Click on the arrow next to month to change the month. Click "OK" when finished.<br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Turn off the computer. Wait 3 to 5 minutes and start the machine.<br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Look on the taskbar to see if time was lost and said a strange date January 1, 2000. Replace the CMOS battery, if this is the case.<br /> <p><br /> <p>CMOS Error Message<br /> <p>1. Look for error messages like "CMOS checksum error", "CMOS Read Error" or "CMOS battery failure" when you start your computer. These errors are caused in the machines shut down for several months or when the CMOS must be replaced.<br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Let the computer on for 24 hours. Restart the computer and find the error.<br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Change the CMOS as the return error.<br />

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When I start my Lenovo T 60 it show check date and time after that it show Key picture,thank


You get this message if your Laptop (CMOS/configuration) Date is really outdated and wrong: check and change your Laptop Configuration setting for Date and Time. Also check your Windows Date/Time.
If the date/time you enter is not maintained properly, especially after you switch off the laptop, then you have a bad backup CMOS battery that needs to be replaced.

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If u mean by the internal battery ..the icon battery which placed on the mainboard .. so u just need to prss F2 to adjust the current date and time .. and to get stable Download the bios update from fujitsu.com .

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I have a Dell dimension 9150 which is 2 1/2 years old. Does it have a battery that I need to be concerned about replacing. I remember that used to be a problem with computers but don't know if that is...


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Every PC motherboard has a battery. That battery serves two purposes: to feed the configuration memory (also called CMOS) and to feed the real time clock of the computer (the one that show the date and the time).
An indication it is time to change the motherboard battery is receiving one of the following error messages when you turn on your computer: CMOS CHECKSUM FAILURE, CMOS BATTERY STATE LOW, CMOS SYSTEM OPTIONS NOT SET and CMOS TIME AND DATE NOT SET. Another indicator of a low battery is a clock that, after being set, runs well while the computer is on, but shows the wrong time when the computer is turned on the following day (it is late).

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Just change your CMOS battery with a new one and after that goto the bios settings and update the time and dare.
After that just save the settings and then check that the warning message is coming or not.

If its coming then it means you need to change the CMOS jumper settings.

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after changing the battery the problem is suppose to stop but since it continues i think u have to set the date and then save the changes made after saving cos is not all about changing batteries most times too the new batteries u just bought may be bad as well. so set the date and time then save changes i think it shoukld work well.
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