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My PC BIOS resets to factory settings when I turn off the computer.

I know that this problem usually is related to the BIOS battery, but I bought a new battery and changed it but the problem still remains.

Is there another reason?

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If a new BIOS battery did not work, then there could be something wrong between the battery and the board (ie, a damaged component on the board). – MaQleod Jul 11 '12 at 5:17
Check the clear CMOS jumper. Make sure the replacement battery is properly installed. Make sure the replacement battery isn't dead. – David Schwartz Jul 11 '12 at 5:37
@MaQleod:explain more....Which of them is likely to damaged?? – AminM Jul 11 '12 at 7:01
@JesonPark: Could be anything. Look for physical distress, as in bent, broken, or burned. – martineau Jul 11 '12 at 8:44

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