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  1. #11
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    I have the same issue.

    I've tried clearing CMOS, then updating BIOS, then replacing the battery and even changed the GPU slot. The only thing I've noticed is that now it reaches the error page faster. No change.

    Someone has suggested clearing CMOS with no power to the board. Here's where I have a question. The Clear CMOS and the Update BIOS buttons on the board have lights that indicate the state of the functoin. If the board has no power, the buttons don't light up. Does that mean it's still working? What's the point of having a lighted Clear CMOS button if you're supposed to press it with no power? I honestly don't know, hence why I'm asking.

    I might try unplugging the secondary HDD and the DVD drive.

  2. #12
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    So, after changing the battery, the issue presisted, but then I turned off the PC, pressed the Clear CMOS button and after a day or so (during which period the power was off for a while), it seems ok. I didn't wait a day on purpose... It just happened...

  3. #13
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    I SOLVED , ı changed the bios battary

    Quote Originally Posted by wka13 View Post
    hi all,

    thanks for the tips.

    Just changed the battery, but did not solve.
    Also reset the bios to optimized values but same thing.
    Gpu is on the correct slot.
    The only error i get is this:
    "please enter setup to recover bios setting.
    When raid configuration was built, ensure to set sata configuration to raid mode.
    Press f1 to run setup."
    i'll check the qcode when i get home tonight.


    Notice i'm able to enter windows and play games without any problems. I just think it's strange to get this error.
    After getting the error, if i press f1 and then exit without changing configs or saving anything, i'm able to proceed into windows properly.

    Yesterday i noticed this only happens if i turn off the pc's electrical switch on the plug sock. When i turn on the pc i get the error.
    If i only shut down the pc, but don't turn off the plug sock switch, i don't get any error.
    i had the same problem and i solved this how i change the bios battary

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