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a b V Motherboard
April 25, 2005 5:05:51 PM

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Main characteristics: Pentium 150, Award Modular BIOS v4.51PG,
mainboard TYN TITAN TURBO v2.00 3/7/97.
Problem: approximately three months ago I saw that the system clock
stay behind to the last exit of the computer (and of this I do not
take care myself excessive...). Approximately 10 days, at every
ignition of the computer, I verify the loss data correct of CMOS BIOS
that goes automatically on data default. I must therefore to
constantly reset by hand the data necessary for the corrected
operation of the system and therefore reboot the computer. Operation,
therefore, enough annoying, for the loss of time. Someone knows gives
a information to me on like obviating to the problem, in as much as I
do not have particular requirements, for the moment, for the purchase
of a new computer? Thanks in anticipation.
Gabriele.

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Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
April 25, 2005 9:30:10 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.tyan (More info?)

Hallo Gabriele

seemed that your backup battery of your mainboard is empty, refer to the
user manual
where it is on the board , take it out, buy a new (same) one and put it in
place
the set your cmos data to correct value and every thing shoult be fine.


Pit


Gabriele B. schrieb in Nachricht
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>Main characteristics: Pentium 150, Award Modular BIOS v4.51PG,
>mainboard TYN TITAN TURBO v2.00 3/7/97.
>Problem: approximately three months ago I saw that the system clock
>stay behind to the last exit of the computer (and of this I do not
>take care myself excessive...). Approximately 10 days, at every
>ignition of the computer, I verify the loss data correct of CMOS BIOS
>that goes automatically on data default. I must therefore to
>constantly reset by hand the data necessary for the corrected
>operation of the system and therefore reboot the computer. Operation,
>therefore, enough annoying, for the loss of time. Someone knows gives
>a information to me on like obviating to the problem, in as much as I
>do not have particular requirements, for the moment, for the purchase
>of a new computer? Thanks in anticipation.
>Gabriele.
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