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Thread: Bios do not detect harddrives on startup?

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    Bios do not detect harddrives on startup?

    When I start my computer up i have to go to the set-up and detect all devices, hard drives,...you know. I think it has something to do with the bios. My big battery thing in the computer is almost dead or something, the date always change every couple days. what do i do to fix it? Could the battery thing be the problem.?

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    Sounds like the battery to me.Either it's near dead or it needs to be re-seated(bad contact being made).Welcome to Techzonez Marinecorps2007.
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