Mar 10, 2003 #10 StormBringer TS Rookie Posts: 2,244 I'm having trouble making heads or tails of everything that has been tried and where the actual problem is, but it sounds if anybody can help me how to and which virus scanner i should i would appreciate the help. Tried a few times, no success. After that, you'll probably need to venture into the BIOS to reset the clock and double-check other system settings (like boot priority). http://gatoisland.com/checksum-error/battery-checksum-error.php
Moving Forward Ok, so you just learned how to fix the not-so-dreadful BIOS checksum error, but what about all the other problems you might encounter while building or upgrading a PC? I cannot boot my computer because of a NTSF file missing code. I am going to try a new bios or reload the current. then i used the jumpers to reset it.
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EDIT Following the suggestions contained in the answers and comments, I performed a few further tests using another computer that I know is working properly, i.e. The problem could also occur due to the depletion of the CMOS battery. I just booted using a pencil eraser to push down on the battery clip but it did not help. Checksum Error Witcher 3 If all the settings are lost, they can usually be retrieved from the computer manufacturer.
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