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This will occur if you have just flashed the BIOS, removed the CMOS battery, or made a hardware change since last boot.If you have not flashed your BIOS, removed the battery, or added/removed a piece of hardware it may indicate a bad component or weak CMOS battery.Next reboot the computer and see if the same error comes up.
The data is scanned and tested for accuracy, either based on how well it relates to data elsewhere or based on previous data that was stored on the CMOS chip.
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Just bought a new PC - parts list below - but since first boot I get an error during POST "Cmos checksum bad - F1 to enter setup - F2 to load defaults and continue.
I then cleared the cmos, and the same sequence of events was repated....
I've read that there are 2 common cause: dying battery or electrical short circuit.
Did you use the Standoffs (usually brass) that came with the case when installing the motherboard?