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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4

    Thanks for all the help, I rellay appreciated it.

    I would also wellcome the CMOS reset guide just in case I or a fellow forum member needs it.

    As for the RMA I live in Hungary so I guess your info don't apply to my country, and I had no problems with the store so far, where I got the CPU from, so I guess I'll be ok.

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4

    Well I posted how to Clear CMOS in the QFlash guide. But you can also ensure you get it done by doing this on your board.

    Unplug PSU from the wall, place a IDE Jumper on the Clear CMOS pins, remove the battery, Press and Hold down the Case power button for one minute, press and hold the CLEAR CMOS Button for one minute. Then remove the jumper, place the battery back in, Plug your PSU in and start the system, you should then see a CMOS CheckSum error screen. That means you properly cleared it, and you can then choose last known good or one of the other options

    OK, well if they store will not RMA your CPU let me know and I will get you the correct page at Intel for you to get ahold of them

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