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no guys, the settings still intact and the same
I'm confused then...

So your settings are being saved?
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Not necessarily.

I have had CMOS batteries that have gone bad that gave me no on-screen indication.

Additionally another Member here had a brand-new motherboard that came with a bad battery and there was no indicator there either.

It would be nice to have that feature (low battery warning) to be universal.
It would. The computers I've seen it on have all been Dells. Like my grandfathers, and the school ones.. Different models however.


Maybe the motherboards that we use don't blatantly tell you because you should just know? Strange...

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Sometimes, yes. I've had more luck personally at jewelry stores though. Sometimes the battery section in grocery stores doesn't have the right one. I usually go to Shopko, and hit up their jewelry counter. Walmart is likely the same.....but I don't trust Wal Mart employee's to give me the right part number, or even have it in stock.



Not always. That only happens when the CMOS battery is COMPLETELY dead. If its just starting to go, then it'll quit saving information, but not be low enough to cause the warning message.

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Dangit Syr! Ninja'd me .

Your slow today lol
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no changing in bios settings, my settings still the same in the bios, i just need to access them then save.
That doesn't mean the battery isn't starting to go though . I've had this same EXACT problem you are describing on my last rig. Down to the T even. No warning message, it saved everything else, but wouldn't actually apply the overclock at startup. Changing the battery fixed it.

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Your slow today lol
It's only 10:30 in the morning. I should still be asleep. I'll use that as my excuse .
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shouldn't when a cmos battery die , the bios settings reset every time?? but this is not happening with me, i can change other settings like boot settings and work without accessing the bios. so i don't think it's the battery.
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I can tell you for sure that they carry it at wal-green and rite aid. Dont know if u have those where u live but thy are all over the place where I live. Its just a 2032 battery .. its fairly common seeing as every computer in the world has one.
    
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shouldn't when a cmos battery die , the bios settings reset every time?? but this is not happening with me, i can change other settings like boot settings and work without accessing the bios. so i don't think it's the battery.
I had this happen to me a while ago when I had a 650i mobo. Sometimes it would just not let me OC but only sometimes. The only way to describe it is that it seemed like the mobo got tired or frustrated after I messed with it too much.
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Kirby 1 where do u think i live??? in flower land?? search and learn about lebanon, we have batteries u don't have...( just kidding ), i'll try to change the battery tomorrow. 10x
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shouldn't when a cmos battery die , the bios settings reset every time?? but this is not happening with me, i can change other settings like boot settings and work without accessing the bios. so i don't think it's the battery.
Only if the battery is THAT dead. If its just starting to go dead, then it'll forget recent changes every reboot. Hence why your overclock settings aren't sticking. Give it time if you truly don't believe me or want to use $2-3 to see if that's the cause. I'll bet in 6 months or so, your battery will be completely dead (if not sooner).
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I hope changing the battery solves your issue.

At the very least, it will eliminate a possible cause, is an inexpensive item and it never hurts to have an extra CMOS battery kicking around.

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I hope changing the battery solves your issue.

At the very least, it will eliminate a possible cause, is an inexpensive item and it never hurts to have an extra CMOS battery kicking around.

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