Fix: bios has been reset please decide how to continue gigabyte

Fix: bios has been reset please decide how to continue gigabyte. I just bought this main one from last year, every time I boot up I get a notification
“BIOS has been reset – Please decide how to continue
– Load optimized default then boot
– Load optimized default then reboot
– Enter BIOS “

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Unplug the power out (sometimes it doesn’t pull)
At first, I thought that due to the CMOS battery, I still bought the battery to replace it, using the battery meter is still 2.94V
Ae using this main has anyone got this error yet and how to fix it just for me
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Fix: bios has been reset please decide how to continue gigabyte
Fix: bios has been reset please decide how to continue gigabyte
In this case, your motherboard may be faulty, so the Mainboard will automatically upload data from the secondary BIOS, to solve this problem thoroughly, follow these steps:
– Update BIOS to the latest F3 version of the Mainboard:…?pid=4757#bios
– After the Update is completed, boot into Windows normally to check whether the BIOS operation process is having trouble.
– Carry out Swap data from the main BIOS to the secondary BIOS by pressing Ctrl + F10 at Main boot (Gigabyte Logo).
– Main will carry out 3 stages of Swap itself.
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f your computer is without power (i.e. unplug the computer power source from the power outlet and remove the battery pack from it) for over 45 days, you would lose the information stored in CMOS. Please follow the steps below to reconfigure your CMOS settings:

1. Press F2 to enter into the BIOS setup utility.

2. Select “Load Optional Defaults?”. When you see the following prompt, choose and then press .

3. Select “Save Changes and Exit”, select and press to restart your computer.


Most probably you will have to send the laptop to service center. If the bios chip is removable, it’ll cost less but if it is soldered on motherboard it’ll cost you good.
But before riding to service center you could try to recover your bios. No guarantee but if you got lucky it can work. Try the following methods. One may work out for you and save you some money.

  • Look in you laptop’s manual for crash free bios

If it’s there it’s time for party (maybe). It would have steps to recover your bios using dvd or a pen drive. Mainly it would be inserting you recovery dvd or pen drive containing bios file during the boot time of laptop. Many pc scan for bios file (in case of a corrupt one) while booting in every connected device like usb drives and dvds. Check that your laptop supports it or not.
1. Turn on the system.
2. Insert the motherboard support DVD to the optical drive, or the USB flash drive containing the BIOS file to the USB port.
3. The utility automatically checks the devices for the BIOS file. When found, the utility reads the BIOS file and starts flashing the corrupted BIOS file.
4. Turn off the system after the utility completes the updating process and power on again.

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