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CMOS Settings will not save!


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arpalermo

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I tried moving the jumpers around, tried taking the cmos battery out for a while, put in a brand new battery, but it will not save any settings. Is there anything else i could try?
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Forgive the obvious but you are going to Save Settings and not just changing values and then pullling the power out?
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Yes i do save settings and all that but next time i start up my computer the values are all gone
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If this is the case across multiple batteries, they can't all be dead, its most likely a board issue.
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