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    Default GA-MA790GP-UD4H bios resetting alone

    hello to all

    at last i found this gigabyte support forum..

    i have a problem with my gigabyte board

    every week the bios is resetting alone.. when i found or turn on my pc the bios date is wrong, bios settings are in default and this is happening every week

    what is the problem with this board? my bios version is F6 updated and reflashed

    thanks for the help (and sorry for my english)

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    Default Re: GA-MA790GP-UD4H bios resetting alone

    Have you tried changing the cmos battery? When the computer is off it is still getting a minimal amout of juice. It could be that the battery is running down and the cmos is resetting. Do you leave the power plugged in? Or is it shut off by an external switch. If so you should rout the plug to keep that minimal power on. You can check this by the little LCD light on the motherboard. The LCD should always be on to show you have the minimal amount of power to keep the battery charged. I had that problem at the office. On weekends we shut the power off and the computer would reset over the weekend. I changed the battery and it was fine for a while, but then started doing this again on long weekends. We wired it away from the wall switch with the fax machine. This solved the problem.
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