I'm having trouble with bios settings clearing possibly always when power is removed. I'm not quite sure what is causing this. From my recent testing, bios settings are cleared whenever I remove power.
The error manager within the bios states two errors, 5220 and 12. 5220 states CMOS/NVRAM configuration cleared. 12 states CMOS Date/Time not set.
When viewing the Event Log from the Integrated BMC Web Console, I have the following associated logs:
|POST Err Sensor||BIOS POST Progress||Error. System RTC date/time not set -Major - Asserted|
|POST Err Sensor||BIOS POST Progress||Error. BIOS Settings reset to default settings -Major - Asserted|
I have attached a screenshot of the bios for reference and also a copy of the System Debug Log for analysis.
I am using an Intel S2600CP2 motherboard and 2 E5-2650 V2 CPU's. I have replaced the battery also. I am more than happy to provide more information if need.
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Thanks for the reply. I'm hoping someone can step in to help.
Regarding the zip log file that I attached, it seems to be password protected. Is this only viewable by Intel techs to view? I was hoping to have a dig through to see if I could potentially discover anything obvious.