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Re: problem in booting

It seems that your CMOS battery has been exhausted. Change your battery.
The Bios needs the battery to maintain the settings and since ur battery is 
exhausted all the settings get flushed after you shut the system.

On Tuesday 21 August 2001 12:03 am, you wrote:
> Dear Sir,
> I have i810 motherboard,with AMIBIOS. When I boot
> after long time, I get following error:
> CMOS Settings Wrong.
> Press F1 to Run Setting.
> Press F2 to load default values and continue.
> If I press F1 and I can see that date has been
> changed.
> If I exit from BIOS setting without changing any
> setting for CPU, then while booting it gives following
> error message:
> Wrong CPU speed selected.
> Now there is no provision to change the CPU speed.
> Only thing here I can change is overclocking. What I
> do is press page down once and then page up to revert
> back to old setting.
> Now when I exit from BIOS setting and reboot, the
> computer boots properly.
> After booting once successfully, if I reeboot, I get
> no problem and the booting process is through.
> If I press F2 after error message above, and load
> Linux (PCQ Linux 7.1), it gives error in loading USB
> module and Sound module.
> Please help, to get rid of the problem.
> Regards,
> Rana Biswas
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