Had this happen on booting up this morning.Pressed F1 and the clock had reset to January 2004. Reset the time and date then rebooted, all was OK.For sometime now if the weather is cold, the clock has lost time.I presume that the MOB battery is to blame. The board is a Gigabyte GA-7DXR.Have looked in the manual but it does state the battery specification.Is this a serious problem i.e. the BIOS could revert to the defaults ?
Ive had this problem as well I don't know what it is to be honnest, perhaps someone will elighten us!
Probably the best thing is to just replace the battery. They cost just a couple of pounds. Maplins and the like will sell them.Your battery is located to the left of the 3 white tagged memory slots. click herethe bios can some times reset it's self ifnew hardware is addedwindows shut down after a serious errora glitch with memory.most of the time, its the battery.
£2.99 for a pack of 2 at Wilkinsons stores.CMOS Batteryclick here
Thanks for the link, issue is getting more complex now....the board could have 3 types of battery !
I will close this post now as the fault has rectified itself.Many thanks for the replies.
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