Every time you turn on your computer, you will immediately see the message “BIOS has been reset – Please decide how to continue” every time you start your computer. Please visit this article. I will guide how to fix this error in detail.
BIOS has been reset
This is not a fault. In the motherboard of a computer with a CR2032 CMOS battery, its job is to save the BIOS settings. When that battery runs out, each time you turn on the computer, it will reset itself. That’s why it has the message, as shown below.
Motherboards from Gigabyte
Is it okay not to replace the CMOS battery?
In the short term, without changing the CMOS battery, it will reset the bios every time you turn on the device. Still, in the long run, it annoys because each time the bios is reset, it will be wrong with the date and time on the computer. The bios’ settings will be back to the beginning, and they always need to be adjusted every time you use the computer. Also, it doesn’t affect your computer hardware.
How to replace the CMOS battery for the computer
To replace the CMOS battery, you must first buy a CMOS battery, and here I buy a CMOS CR2032 battery pack from Maxell.
Please remove the computer, find this motherboard position and replace the battery.
At the top, there will be a lever. You click on the lever that the battery will release, remove the battery and insert the new battery.