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On boot get bios error CPUID: 0F41 Patch ID0017

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#1 giedoron


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Posted 22 September 2011 - 03:04 PM

Dear Bleeping Computer experts

Recently I started getting the message CPUID: 0F41 Patch ID0017 on start of booting (before memory count).
I have a PC with Gygabyte GA-8VM800M-775 motherboard.
I have 2 memory slots on the motherboard and I tested booting with taking out each time one of the two memory cards I have (1GB and 256MB) and switched between slots and also tried all possible combinations of slots.
I also disconnected my HDD from power and IDE cable and also did the same with the DVD-ROM and Floppy drive.
In all cases I STILL get this message.
The main problem is that the computer get stuck and freezes during internet connection and also without any good reason during virus scans or disk scans. I searched for viruses and found nothing and also sent a post regarding this issue in you virus forum. When I googled this problem the answers I got were regarding memory cards and HDD.
My LAN and Display cards are on board.
I will appreciate any advice regarding this issue

Thanx in advance


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#2 hamluis



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Posted 23 September 2011 - 05:07 PM

From what I see...nothing conclusive.

Best guesses I've seen...CMOS battery, loose hard drive cable connection, memory.

See http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/185339 , if you are now seeing this and had never seen it before...my guess would be the CMOS battery is weakening.


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