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Hello people!

I've a problem here.Everytime i boot up my computer, it will enter into the American smth screen and i need to F2 to enter setup and set the time and date. What exactly is my problem? can anyone help me please...

Thanks :)
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This problem is usually caused by a dead or dying CMOS battery. The CMOS battery is basically a watch battery that supplies power to the mothboard while the computer is off/unplugged, and keeps the system date/time set. All you should need to do is replace the battery and you should be good.
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Thank you very much bro=) i will get it changed =p
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No prob - lemme know if that doesn't fix the issue!
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