cmos/gpnv checksum bad

  tunny1 10:31 20 Apr 03

I have a K7S5A mboard and an intamitent fault.I get the message cmos/gpnv checksum bad when i press F1 reset the bios everything works fine.any one has an idea why this happens,any help wood be great .

  -pops- 10:33 20 Apr 03

Checksum errors are amost always due to a flat CMOS battery. Look in your motherboard amual to see how to replace it. Not expensive.


  -pops- 10:34 20 Apr 03

amual??? manual! sorry

  Paranoid Android 10:57 20 Apr 03


  cream. 11:01 20 Apr 03

Also agree.

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