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    B550-A | 'New CPU Installed' Error on every boot | BIOS resetting date and time

    Hello so I was building a new PC with a ROG Strix B550-A Gaming and a Ryzen 5 5600, as I finished and booted the pc, the motherboard keeps giving me the following:

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    On top of that, everytime I try resetting date and time manually on the BIOS, it just keeps re adjusting itself to a wrong one on every boot.

    Could it be a faulty motherboard? Is there any fix?

    Thanks!

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    Check the BIOS battery, maybe even try a new one first, not expensive but might be the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSector73 View Post
    Check the BIOS battery, maybe even try a new one first, not expensive but might be the issue.
    Thought about this too, funny thing is, settings stay saved, so for example if I change the memory frequency settings + time and date, hit save and restart, time and date are reset but frequency settings are kept, which wouldn't happen if it was a battery issue? Will try anyway, thanks!

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    3I would try clearing cmos by jumper 12... and change battery... Not many things it could be

    Quote Originally Posted by UltorW View Post
    Hello so I was building a new PC with a ROG Strix B550-A Gaming and a Ryzen 5 5600, as I finished and booted the pc, the motherboard keeps giving me the following:

    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	95946


    On top of that, everytime I try resetting date and time manually on the BIOS, it just keeps re adjusting itself to a wrong one on every boot.

    Could it be a faulty motherboard? Is there any fix?

    Thanks!

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