|We don't need the motherboard specs, we can look that up at the Asus site. We need to know RAM, graphics, HDD, power supply, etc. Makes/models/model numbers of everything.|
If by "clock battery", you mean the CMOS battery on the motherboard, the problem is that the BIOS resets to the defaults when the battery is removed. You should be using a PS/2 keyboard (not USB or wireless) & immediately enter the BIOS at startup to correct all the settings again.