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I have mercury motherboard and i am facing problem when i am start my pc system not start after two three time i will be tried but machin not start .when i am short system cmos pc will be start i am daly facing this problem can any budy help me hwo i swoled this problem

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Hi :) Did you try replacing the battery? on the board it should be a CR2032 3volt battery.

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This sounds similar to a problem I had with a clients PC. The best way to debug this is to swap out one component at a time and see it it fixes your problem. However, if you can't do this then I'd suggest you try the following in this order.

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I hope this will help you diagnose your hardware.

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