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Starting UPS Not able to start UPS - keep getting error no. 2418 but cannot find how to correct this error. When PC switched off computer clock loses time and now goes back to 2001!!!

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Hi, guies
                 First all of  look in battary condition of ups, and that
battary sencing voltage circuit
 In your second case, please replace lithium cell with same and reconfigure the bios setup

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If your computer time keeps resetting, the CMOS battery on your motherboard is bad. It's a flat, quarter-sized battery plugged into your motherboard that you will need to replace.

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