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In this articles, we will show you how to perform a BIOS Update for a Supermicro X9SCM-F Mainboard.See Updating from BIOS Version 1.1a to BIOS Version 2.0a in the following example.Perform the following steps to update the BIOS (status as of BIOS version 2.0a, translated from the supplied Read Me file): Note: If the error message Error when sending Enable Message to ME occurs in step 7, do another BIOS update to version 2.0a using the BIOS image provided in the following Wiki article: Fix X9SCM-F BIOS update failure Error when sending Enable Message to ME.Document Information Using This Documentation Product Information Web Site Related Books About This Documentation (PDF and HTML) Documentation Comments Contributors Change History Overview of the ILOM Supplement Introduction to Oracle ILOM Standard ILOM Features Dual-Node Identification In CMM ILOM Proving Physical Presence Power Management Clearing Server and CMM Faults ILOM Preboot Menu Managing Power Usage and Monitoring Power Consumption Power Management Terminology How to View Power Management Properties Using the Web Interface How to View Power Management Properties Using the CLI Configuring the Server Power Restore Policy How to Set the Server Power Restore Policy Using the ILOM Web Interface How to Set the Server Power Restore Policy Using the ILOM CLI Switching the Default Serial Port Output Between SP and Host Console How to Switch Default Serial Port Output Using the ILOM Web Interface How to Switch Default Serial Port Output Using the ILOM CLI Updating Firmware Firmware Version Conventions Determining Current Firmware Versions How to Verify the BIOS and ILOM Firmware Versions Using the Web Interface How to Verify the BIOS and ILOM Firmware Versions Using the CLI How to Verify the ILOM and BIOS Firmware Versions Using the Command-Line Interface Through the Serial Port How to Download Firmware Updates Using ILOM to Update System BIOS and ILOM Firmware How to Update the System BIOS and ILOM Firmware Using the ILOM Web Interface How to Update the System BIOS and ILOM Firmware Using the ILOM CLI Alternate Methods for Updating the System BIOS and ILOM Firmware Resetting the Service Processor After an Update Command and Configuring the Preboot Menu For Remote Access Resetting the Root Password to the Factory Default Restoring ILOM Access to the Serial Console Recovering the SP Firmware Image Indicators, Sensors, and Traps Indicators Temperature and Power Sensors Chassis Fan Failure Sensors Chassis Fan Speed Sensors Entity Presence Sensors NEM and Blade Presence Sensors Voltage Sensors SNMP Traps PET Event Messages Index If you cannot get output to your serial console after the firmware update, you might have to clear CMOS settings.If you can't access your BIOS, your best course of action is to take the computer into a tech department instead of doing it yourself. My computer has worked fine for the past 4-5 months I've owned it until I opened the case to install a case fan on the top. After installation, I powered the PC back up and got an error message on the BIOs screen saying: "CMOS Battery Low" and "CMOS Date/Time Not Set". Everything was fine except I could no longer see any icons in the notification area.

I made sure it wasn't my graphics card by swapping, which did nothing.

Pulled the side of my case off, shut down PC and switched the CMOS clear jumper, turned it back on and it booted up.

Obviously it gave me the option to load default settings with F2 or go into BIOS settings with F1.

Any laptop computer has a CMOS battery also known as RTC battery.

The CMOS battery connects directly to the laptop system board and helps to retain important BIOS settings such as system time, date, BIOS configuration while the laptop is turned off or even when the main battery is removed.

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