I have a Intel Pentium 4 with an Intel Origianl 845 GVSR Motherboard. My PC is 2.5 years old. A few days back I opened my hard disk to test another hard disk. But when I reconnected my disk, and started my comp, a message comes from the BIOS that the date and time has not been set and the CMOS checksum is bad. Everytime I set the date and time and save the changes, but the message doesn't stop appearing each time I restart. Also, the power in my motherboard has become direct , meaning, whenever I start my UPS, my CPU starts automatically and I don't have to switch it on myself. How do I fix this problem? Is this going to affect my PC or get my motherboard busted? Please help.
Thnx in advance.