July 23, 2013

CMOS Date/Time Not Set

CMOS BAttery
Booting up your computer then a message shows up on CMOS Screen CMOS Date/Time Not Set.  I have a desktop computer that will always show up the message. Press f2 to run set up F1 to load default values and continue. The main reason of this is desktop computer use a battery to keep the time and date updated and if the battery is drain it will result to CMOS issue or problem. It will continue to boot up but the its very annoying setting up your system time and
date of  the computer every time. Replacing the CMOS battery is easy as it is located on the main board. If you’re not familiar with the system board make sure to contact a service technician.

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