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civicraider

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ok so i have a problem.....


I came home from house sitting and could not boot my pc. reset the CMOS and now cannot boot the computer except into the bios and keep getting the msg CMOS SETTINGS WRONG set time/date press F1 to enter and i set the date and time and then save then it doesn't reboot. I have already tried replacing the battery. and that didn't work.
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Someplace in the bios there should be a "reset to default". have you tried that?
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Have tried the use default settings.
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