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    Bios Problem

    every time i go into the bios if i save a change it will restart my pc and then it does not come back on i have to trun the power off for about 5 mins then turn it back on again and it works and if i go into the bios and dont save anything it still does it.

    if you need to know what i have just let me know

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    Re: Bios Problem

    replace the bios battery

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    Re: Bios Problem

    The motherboard is new so I don't think it will be that but I will change it and try again

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    Re: Bios Problem

    it may be flat, its not unheard of to be honest.

    if its new i would check for a BIOS update 1st and if there is one it may fix your issues.

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    Re: Bios Problem

    I'd say it's the battery, a friend of mine had the same problem with a brand new board, so as stated it's not unheard of.

    Andy

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    Re: Bios Problem

    yes it was that i have change it to one out of a older mother board and works fine thanks for the help

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    Re: Bios Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by GoNz0 View Post
    replace the bios battery
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    Strictly speaking, the CMOS back-up battery

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    Re: Bios Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by keasla View Post
    yes it was that i have change it to one out of a older mother board and works fine thanks for the help
    Glad we could help

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