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I don't have one And I don't think my friends do either
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All mobos have the same type of battery, even super old mobos. Find some scrap mobo and rip off the battery and test it out. If it is the battery though, there are other symptoms such as the date/time reseting and other BIOS values being reverted to default.

Also, on boot, if the CMOS data was lost due to a dead battery, you'd see a message saying something along the lines of "BAD CMOS DATA, DEFAULT VALUES LOADED".

If all it says is "New CPU detected...." it may be something else!
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Disconnect the cpu and reconnect....
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Hey guys, me again

I have flashed the BIOS to the latest version and also disconnected the CPU, checked the pins, reconnected it and applied even pressure when attaching the heatsink, but it still shows the error message.

I have no idea what could be wrong so I think I am going to RMA it. The thing is, I don't know what part to RMA. The CPU, Motherboard or PSU?
Edited by Greg0986 - 6/16/11 at 1:23pm
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It happens with me, I just turn the Computer off and then Boot it back up again and the message is clear
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