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Problem with my bios

When ever i start my computer it always come in bios, I have also checked my boot sequence, which is normal. it show that i have installed a new cpu i have to reintall my cpu even though i have not install. and again if i restart i get a message that to make change to the first 4 fiels , the motherboard must be set to jumper free mode. please give me your assistance. thank you

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The first thing i would do is check// change the battery to see if it is any good because it looks like the battery may be bad causing the system to forget the time and things like that,,,, then the next time it boots into bios look at the time and date and location ect..ect section and make any changes to it that it may need , that is why they want you to make changes to the first 4 fields when it boots into bios is to select fail safe options if you have that option and see if it will boot . if not go to default settings ok please keep me posted on this i can help you aout a lot more if needed ok best regards mike

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