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    Yes, of course. :)

    Yes, of course. :)
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    Remember to do Clear CMOS after replacing both...

    Remember to do Clear CMOS after replacing both chips before power on your PC.
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    Like I said before, I had the exact issues...

    Like I said before, I had the exact issues jmgdotcom posted before and I've fixed this reprogramming the bios chip eeproms.
    It's a well-known issue. It regards CMOS corruption when you save & exit...
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    You've both bios chips corrupted. I had the same...

    You've both bios chips corrupted. I had the same issues and I've fixed them using an eeprom programmer, erasing and programming the official asus bios. It's the only way or, as an alternative...
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