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Originally Posted by zeeone Did you change the battery? Also see if you can track down the latest bios update for the MB. Battery? As in the CMOS? I've actually ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeeone
    Did you change the battery? Also see if you can track down the latest bios update for the MB.
    Battery? As in the CMOS?

    I've actually had it admitted to a repair shop.
    Guy working on it tested everything from the floppy to the PSU.

    He thinks it's the mobo. So he's looking into scrapping a used mobo to replace it. Here's hoping that that actually fixes the problem.

    I'll keep you guys posted when I get it back.

    Toodles.

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    all hail the garage sale...

    i used to cruze garage sales... now i just dive dumpsters for old PC's :P
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    Got the compy back. It's no a P3, so I guess it was the mobo that was the problem.

    I'm still messing around with the OS.

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