Twice in the last month, my computer has failed to boot, or even POST, because of this message:
CMOS checksum bad Press F1 for Setup Press F2 for default values
When I press F2, the BIOS values reset, but I can't POST. When I press F1, I can get into setup, but nothing I change makes a difference when booting. The last time this happened I had to replace the CMOS battery and I was able to boot again. I haven't tried that yet.
My motherboard is an MSI P6N (not Platinum). Is this is a sign of a bad motherboard?