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CMOS Battery Low


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kyliepak

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:tazz:

I am having trouble. i have some knowlegde but very little knowledge.

When we turn on pc all goes fine, then it says CMOS battery Low Run Setup Utilities

wen i go in here i see that the c drive is missing and other settings are wrong wen i have changed and save and exit nothing happens, and it goes back to weong settings.

Its windows 98

any other info please ask and i will find out as puter not here with me.

thanks i hope
kyliepak :)

Edited by kyliepak, 26 September 2005 - 05:35 AM.

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To fix this problem you have to replace the CMOS battery, you can do this by looking on your mother board, you should see a battery. Make sure all power is off and remove the battery, replace it with a new one (You will probaly have to buy a new one) this should work, although your BIOS setting will be reset to default but everything should work proparly after that. Good Luck :tazz:
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thanx i will try that

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