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    Default Re: F9 Bios Lost settings

    Try a 10 minute or longer cmos clear by using a jumper block and unplug the power supply from the wall outlet.
    Removing the mobo battery might be required.
    I just looked at a picture of your board and see that removing the battery can be problem with some cpu heatsinks.

    Many members report that they had to clear the cmos for several hours, and sometimes for more than 12 hours!
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    Default Re: F9 Bios Lost settings

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Try a 10 minute or longer cmos clear by using a jumper block and unplug the power supply from the wall outlet.
    Removing the mobo battery might be required.
    I just looked at a picture of your board and see that removing the battery can be problem with some cpu heatsinks.

    Many members report that they had to clear the cmos for several hours, and sometimes for more than 12 hours!
    Okay I will try the 10 minute reset. If that doesn't do the trick, I will just wait for the next BIOS to come out, thanks.

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