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Check cmos error

I have a Asrock p4i45gv M Board,when everytime I power on my pc a message come,check cmos error,F2...and F1 continue,I think Its my Battery Problem,I change Battery,But still Show this Message,I make Load default Value also....My keyboard has problem that some of its Button does not work,Is it the Problem of Keyboard? sometimes show an error cmos/gvm..if anybody know the other solution pls tell me..

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  • Nazmul Hasan Jul 25, 2007

    But This mother board has no jumper....like P3 motherboard,It has two pin jumper,which I also Make short..but the message which is came it reson for jumper shorting...but I make bios defaylt value but still come error..

  • Nazmul Hasan Jul 26, 2007

    Dear senthu,
    Thanks for your trying. Automatically I slove my problem,I use a just
    new Battery so I have to need it charge.So when I worked on PC for 3 hours continiously,the Battery was fully Charged.Now I have no error, showing on Bios.After buying a new battery,I didnt have enough time to open pc,I just worked for 10 or five mintue, I just check my mail,and shut down it.For this reason the Battery couldnt get chance to Charge..I think My sufferings would be helpful for other..thanks..

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Read this only if you are sure that you have replaced the correct type of battery & you have set the jumpers to the default locations.

It is not the problem with the battery or the charging problem (Actualy CMOS battery is not Recharable )..in most cases.

The problem is the battery holder in mainboard where we put the battery IN. eventualy or accidently these Pins from the Battery Holder are made loose or not contacted with the battery.i had the same problem and the solution was to adjust the Battery holder to seat the battery in proper way.

May be This helpe

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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2010

    Gr8 ......................... THis helps me..... Ashamed To be a NUT.......................

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If you identify the cmos problem. first u check the cmos battery. chck the battery. 1. FIRST REMOVE THE CMOS-JUMPER 2. NEXT PLUG-IN THE JUMPER ANOTHER TWO PIN 3. SWITCH ON ON THE PC BUT THERE IS NO CHANGES 4. plug the jumper normal position & switch on the pc surely pc is working. ok my mobile number 99444-58957

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