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my intel motherboard shows code 22 has and ram error. pls help me. i do not know how to clear cmos on this board and i tried multiple ram sticks

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You can clear CMOS by taking out that battery just above the code in the picture


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1 minute ago, Lurick said:

You can clear CMOS by taking out that battery just above the code in the picture

while its on?

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Just now, 851v0827 said:

while its on?

No, power it off, pull the battery, wait a few seconds, put it back in, and then power it on.


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Just now, Lurick said:

No, power it off, pull the battery, wait a few seconds, put it back in, and then power it on.

i tried it doesnt work

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looks like an intel DZ68BC. potentially.

 

the BIOS reset is a three pin header with a jumper normally covering pins 1 and 2, it is positioned at the bottom of the board underneath the POST lights.

 

Pages 61&62 of the technical manual for this board

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swap the jumper from 1-2 to 2-3, leave it there for a couple of seconds and then swap it back again


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Just now, yaboistar said:

looks like an intel DZ68BC

 

the BIOS reset is a three pin header with a jumper normally covering pins 1 and 2, it is positioned at the bottom of the board underneath the POST lights.

 

Pages 61&62 of the technical manual for this board

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swap the jumper from 1-2 to 2-3, leave it there for a couple of seconds and then swap it back again

i tried it allready. it doesnt work

 

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2 minutes ago, 851v0827 said:

i tried it allready. it doesnt work

 

you said you didn't know how to clear CMOS yet you've now said you've tried it already?

 

nevermind.

 

reseat your CPU. the bios is getting stuck at step 22 which is, apparently, reading the SPD of the DIMMS. as you've stated that you've changed the memory, i can only assume it's either a bad memory controller or a pin in the socket that has gone HR


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7 minutes ago, yaboistar said:

you said you didn't know how to clear CMOS yet you've now said you've tried it already?

 

nevermind.

 

reseat your CPU. the bios is getting stuck at step 22 which is, apparently, reading the SPD of the DIMMS. as you've stated that you've changed the memory, i can only assume it's either a bad memory controller or a pin in the socket that has gone HR

just reseated the cpu and checked the pins. nothing changed

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16 minutes ago, 851v0827 said:

i tried it doesnt work

the battery is the power for the bios,

unplug the motherboard from power

remove the battery

press the power button while unplugged to drain the system

wait 2mins

put it all back.

 

This 100% will reset the bios. Whether it fixes your boot issues is a different story.

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11 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

the battery is the power for the bios,

unplug the motherboard from power

remove the battery

press the power button while unplugged to drain the system

wait 2mins

put it all back.

 

This 100% will reset the bios. Whether it fixes your boot issues is a different story.

nope doestn work

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try booting with only one mem stick, and swap socket if it still fails. if it don't fail, swap mem stick until you find the faulty one. 

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