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Startup problem hello when i start my pc in the morning there is no beep cpu fan is running,lights are on but no post. after 5 to 10 minute letting it run like that if you shut down from the power button then on it. The pc starts fine. I tried swapping everything psu, memory, battery bios update nothing work. can you help Thanks in Advance Faruk Vakil

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It has to be your M/board battery.
I had a similar problem and fitted another M/board battery and it fixed it
What is happening when you first turn it it on and it does not start and leave for 10 mins then reboot the battery has slight charge enough to boot computer
I would ensure you M/board battery is fitted correctly and that the fittings for it are good

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Please do rate me on the above said solution

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