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10-01-2012, 01:08 PM,
CMOS: CMOS is related to your motherboard. First try to reset your CMOS on your motherboard. If that doesn't work, you will have to either reinstall your BIOS for your motherboard or install a newer version. To clear the CMOS, you can remove the battery on your motherboard and reinstalling it.

HDD: What power management level are you on? Under Control Panels/System and Security/Power Options, there are many options to choose from. Go to your current power setting and click on "Change Plan Settings." Under there, click on "Change Advanced Power Settings" and a window will pop up. Look for "Hard Disk" and expand it. Here you can change when Windows turn off your hard disk, you may have it very low and Windows is turning it off frequently.

BSOD: Yea that looks like its caused by you having more than 1 anti virus, Microsoft suggests to uninstall Norton, and use their Security Essentials... lol
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CMOS Fail - by DinkMeeker - 09-29-2012, 10:13 AM
RE: CMOS Fail - by ichigeki - 10-01-2012, 01:08 PM

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