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Startup problem when i start my pc it stops at motherboard screen only. not getting windows startup. After reinstalling battery on the motherboard windows start normally. Again after restart same problem occurs after same solution windows start. What is the basic problem?

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  • SUDHIR GAIKWAD Jun 20, 2007

    with this solution also I am facing same problem

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You must be pressing F1 to continue after you replaced the battery, as if it boots into windows there is no problem with the bios, you may be forgetting to correct the time and date and save the settings. You need to press F2 or Del instead of F1 to get into the cmos settings

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