Press F1 key is displayed for the mild error in the computer. If it is a CMOS battery problem or the hardware devices which is nt in use bt it is detected in BIOS settings then it displays. Plz check the CMOS battery and replace it.
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may be you have more than one anti virus or your hard disk is filled up or you might have installed some harmful software. now take the following steps. turn it off and turn it on again when it start coming up(this should be between 7 to 10 seconds) press f1 or f2 for a prompt then scroll to save mode and select then try uninstall the last software you installed and make sure you only one anti virus or free up your hard disk (c) hope it will solve your problem.
this problem is hardware related, this problem caused by the chipset "intel 82801 fbm" . if you have an electronics experience,
remove the mother board,
find the chipset intel 82801 fbm
reflow the chipsett by "bga rework station" or "hot air blower"
then refix and check the system
I have only seen this similar issue once before. I was working on a laptop that had that same issue. After dissmantling the laptop and putting it back together it had the same issue. Turns out that when the motherboard bent a certain way, it would work. Technically speaking, once the board bent enough it made contact with whatever was NOT making contact. Her situation was solved by replacing the motherboard for a new one. I don't know if that is the route you should take though. But it sounds just like the problem I fixed before. Good luck.