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Old 15-Aug-2008, 11:32 am   #1
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Startup CMOS Checksum Bad

The CMOS memory checksum is bad, typically indicating the CMOS memory data is corrupted or lost. You may also see the secondary message that the Date/Time is not set.
The BIOS will automatically use a set of defaults that normally work fine, but you will often be forced to go into the BIOS setup to make sure the settings are what you want and set the date/time.

Type: Fatal BIOS

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