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Old 07-24-2003, 03:50 AM   #1
johny007
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CMOS cheksum is bad + install RH9.0


Hello,

i installed RH9.0 and after reboot it started to appear strange message CMOS chechsum is bad. I use W2000 on this NBook too. If i set throught F2 in bios boot sequence HDD-FDD,it change it to FDD-HDD ???
What to do ?
Help me please.
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