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I would test the battery with a meter to make sure it is good and then look for a way to tighten the locking mechanism on the battery holder. It could be changed by someone who does board level repairs.
Thanks for your reply. I will try that and let you know if it works.
The battery was good. The problem apparently was overheating of the CPU. The fan wasn't seated properly. Put in a new fan and running cool and quiet now.
I am having the same problem, I just got my DX58SO replaced from Intel ... and after i assembled my PC ..it shows the same problem again and again... My graphic card was not being detected at first, then i updated my graphic card using windows updater.
Whats wrong can anyone tell me, why would Intel send me a product with corrupted CMOS battery??
Also, even after applying thermal coolant, the default temparature remains as 62-68 Degrees, which i feel is very high according to the standards , need help immediately!!