BIOS/CMOS Problem

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  1. Pallav

    Pallav New Member

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    I am using Intel 845 GLAD motherboard with a 128 MB DDR 266MHz RAM. Setting the supervisory password only ( in the bios security menu ) is my preferable option. Recently I added another RAM of same specs. Now the problem is that the supervisory password is not getting saved in the CMOS, only the user password is being saved, which I don't want.

    Removing the previous RAM, and plugging in the newer one only, is also not creating problems. I have tried with swapping RAMs in slots also, but in vain. Individually each is working fine, together they are creating problems.

    ( My motherboard can support upto 2GB RAM )

    If anyone can help me to fix this out, it would be of great help.
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Probably no one is able to help you out in this regard.
     
  3. ravielect

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    u do one thing go to cmos settings and press F7 to take it to default settings and then connect both rams and again pree F7 and then u can set our settings
     

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