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2051: System CMOS checksum bad


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Kzayaz

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guys,

this morning my computer booted ok until I got an avg messege that it caught some virus and it asked me to rebooted the comp for the virus to be successfully removed. i did just that and it went to reboot but wasn't successful. It kept rebooting itself in the bios and never got to the normal xp screen. I removed the battery (laptop), and tried to restart again, it threw this '2051: System CMOS checksum bad"as well as other errors. I really don't know if this is virus related or bios got corrupted. PLEASE HELP!!!!

I'm sorry if this is a wrong forum
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raiden69

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Try to replace the cmos battery.
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