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Like cmos battery problem.... checking nvram

I taked battery changed but nothing happen also i trying to clear my cmos battery but when i changed the jumper in clear mode my unit can't reboot but when i jumper it back to the normal mode my unit can boot again.... pls help me what will i do thanks

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That is what you are supposed to do move jumper 30 seconds and replace back to original
your BIOS should be set to default check that you have correct ram inserted into M/board

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1. check the RAM is seated
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