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CMOS bad

Дата: 28.11.2010 18:11:52
Tanitha: I'm pretty much a qualified computer technician. I have 4 diploma's in computing and owned/ran a warehouse and retail computer shops for 8 years up until a few years ago.. So qualified enough..
Anyway..
Your bios settings are stored by the power plug that plugs into your computer. Even when your computer is off, it still sucks power for many things, including storing the bios settings. When you unplug the power your battery is meant to take over, and continue to store the settings.
My first guess would be that it probably didn't.. Or,, your battery is dead..
There is other less likely things, like it got confused by the size of the ram changing.. Etc..
What I would suggest is fixing the bios settings. As it says on those photos, "Press F1 to enter setup" When you get into setup, there is usually a button called "load optimal settings" And a button for load default settings. both will do, but loading the optimal settings will get your computer running at its fastest speed, default usually doesn't.
Then just save the settings and exit..
Its as easy as that..
If you have continued problems like this (it loses the settings again) then you probably need to replace the battery. Some are soldered onto the board, so very difficult to replace properly. But most now days are like big watch batteries that you can easily replace yourself.
Try the above for starters. Regards.

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