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Bios resets to 07-31-2007 when i turn computer of then back on i resetset it to 08-21-2008

Bios resets its self when i turn computer of then back on on third battery .system brand new .bios sets to 07-31-2007 will not hold new date .08-21-2008 help

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  • gopi_rex Aug 26, 2008

    hello, sir
    i have an problem in my that i can't enter into my bios and i can't enter in to mode selection and system is in safe mode now..plz tug me....


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Short the bios pins during power off state.replace the old cmos battery with new one

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  2. Roughly what year was it built?
  3. What specifically in the BIOS would you like to reset? Or you just want to set everything back to the default settings?
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  2. Disconnect the AC power adapter, remove the battery, and then press and hold the power button for at least 15 seconds .
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    - do a bios update (or downgrade if needed) to see if it fixes the issue

    - but probably the BIOS battery is not keeping the proper voltage anymore, and it automatically resets the BIOS (do the bios setting that u change, remain changed after unpluging/pluging the comp ?!). Try keeping the computer pluged in for a day and see if the battery charged properrly (if the set date remains )... if not ..change the battery.

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